Philosophy of Care
Dr. Zhou strives to care for patients peri-operatively with compassion, respect and utilizes an evidence based approach. His goal is to provide excellent care for patients in the peri-operative environment and use multi-modal approaches to control both acute and chronic pain at UC Davis Medical Center.
Dr. Zhou's clinical interests include Acute and Chronic Pain Management, Obstetric anesthesia and Regional anesthesiology.
Dr Jon Zhou is a board certified anesthesiologist and pain medicine specialist and faculty in the Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine at UC Davis Medical Center. He specializes in peri-operative general anesthesiology, OB anesthesiology, and regional anesthesia/acute pain medicine.
Dr. Zhou has research interests in medical informatics, acute pain medicine, and regional anesthesia. He is committed to improving resident education and advancing the long term goals of UCDMC.
Dr. Zhou completed his undergraduate degree in Biological Basis of Behavior and Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania. He went to Jefferson Medical College for his medical school education and subsequently stayed to complete his residency in Anesthesiology at Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. He then came to UC Davis to complete his fellowship in pain medicine.
M.D., Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia PA 2010
B.A., University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA 2005
Anesthesiology, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia PA 2011-2014
Pain Medicine, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento CA 2014-2015
American Board of Anesthesiology,
American Board of Anesthesiology, Pain Medicine,
American Society of Anesthesiologists
American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine
Select Recent Publications
Liu SS, Buvanendran A, Viscusi ER, Hutton E, Lubenow T, Zhou J, Shaw PM, Moric M, Lenart S. Uncomplicated removal of epidural catheters in 4365 patients with international normalized ratio greater than 1.4 during initiation of warfarin therapy. Reg Anesth Pain Med. 2011 May-Jun;36(3):231-5.