Jonathan Ford, M.D.

Jonathan B. Ford, M.D.


Emergency Medicine

Medical Toxicology


Emergency Medicine


  • Assistant Professor
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UC Davis Medical Center

2315 Stockton Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95817
Driving Directions

Primary Phone:

Additional Phone Numbers

Phone: 916-734-4652
Physician Referrals: 800-4-UCDAVIS (800-482-3284)

Philosophy of Care

An emergency department visit can be very stressful for patients and families. I do my best to provide excellent care and comfort to all my patients.

Clinical Interests

Toxicology, bedside education of residents and students with emphasis on evidenced based medicine, and improving the care of emergency and poisoned patients.


Emergency Medicine


M.D., Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2008

B.S., San Diego State University, San Diego, California, 2003


Emergency Medicine, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento CA, 2009-10


Toxicology, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento CA, 2011-13

Board Certifications

American Board of Emergency Medicine,

Professional Memberships

American Academy of Emergency Medicine

American College of Emergency Physicians

Honors and Awards

Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society- Temple University School of Medicine, 2008

Society for Academic Emergency Medicine, Excellence in Emergency Medicine-Temple University School of Medicine, 2008

Medical Alumni Association of Temple University, Dr. Charles Schnall Alumni Award for Clinical Excelence, 2008

Golden Key International Honor Society, 2001

Emergency Medicine Golden Laryngoscope Award, UC Davis Health System, 2011

Select Recent Publications

Ford JB, Albertson TE, Owen KP, and Sutter ME. Acute Sustained Chorea in Children after Supratherapeutic Dosing of Amphetamine Derived Medications. Pediatric Neurology 2012;47: 216-218.

Sutter ME, Clarke ME, Cobb J, Daubert GP, Rathore VS, Aston LS, Poppenga RH, Ford JB, Owen KP, and Albertson TE. Blood Leak Alarm Interference by Hydoxocobalamin is Hemodialysis Machine Dependent. Clinical Toxicology 2012; 50: 892-895.

Levis JT, Ford JB, Kuo AM. Intracranial hemorrhage after prehospital administration of intramuscular epinephrine. J Emerg Med. 2011 Jun;40(6):e107-10