Emergency medicine is a team sport. Being a residency-trained, board certified emergency medicine physician allows me to be the quarterback of the team. My goal is to provide world class emergency medicine care in a patient-centered practice. I have a servant’s heart and an owner’s mind as I serve as a patient advocate. It is my privilege to serve our patients. I utilize humor, teamwork, communication and integrity to collaborate and identify opportunities to develop solutions and create enduring success.
Chief of Emergency Medicine for 10 years
Simulation lab director for 17 years
Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine for 7 years
Clinical Associtate Professor of Emergency Medicine for 10 years
Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee Chair for 12 years
Fellow in the American College of Emergency Medicine for 18 years
Fellow American Academy of Emergency Medicine for 20 years
Dr. David Jones, MD, FAAEM, FACEP completed his undergraduate degree at the University of North Carolina. He received his medical degree from East Carolina University School of Medicine. Throughout his career, Dr. Jones has had the opportunity to provide care to a variety of populations. From international study to work in some of the poorest regions in the United States, Dr. Jones has honed his clinical skills. He is an expert emergency medicine physician who brings not only knowledge of his specialty, but a strong work ethic to our Worthington hospital location.
David Jones, MD, FAAEM, FACEP has coached high school sports for many years. He enjoys wresting, football, traveling, and spending time with his family. He is a season ticket holder for several Ohio State sports teams. Other interests include officiating wrestling, football, soccer, and baseball.
He has served as a volunteer for many sporting events including: Arnold Schwartzengger Fitness Classic Medical Team, Columbus Marathon, Ohio High School State Wrestling Tournaments.
Power of One awards: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Ohio Health Prism Award
Emergency Medicine Physicians Scholars Program Class of 1999
American Academy of Emergency Medicine Service Award, 2002