- Cardiology - Electrophysiology
Dr. Jones has an engineering background and found the field of cardiology, and more specific electrophysiology, very data driven. It’s rewarding to use medications and procedures to change the electrical properties of the heart pump to improve an individual’s quality of life, and sometimes cure abnormal heart rhythms.
His goal is to help patients achieve their best quality of life and will listen to patients and families and inform them regarding current therapies so they can make a decision that best meets their needs and future goals.
When he exited a career in the military after 21 years, he and his wife wanted to move to a location they could see themselves retiring and has four seasons as they enjoy outdoor activities including boating, skiing, and hiking. Dr. Jones and his wife also enjoy sharing the love of the outdoors with their kids who are involved in volleyball, band, and skeet shooting. His wife is from Washington state and his uncle lives in Sandpoint so they made a family decision to venture back to the Northwest.
I have had the opportunity to practice medicine in multiple states to include Alaska and most recently Mississippi. I was able to start up two electrophysiology programs in two different hospital systems when I decided to leave the hurricanes behind and venture to the great Northwest.
Societies and Positions Held
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Wilford Hall United States Air Force Medical Center
SAUSHEC Cardiology Fellowship
Stanford Hospital and Clinic
American Board of Internal Medicine - Cardiology
American Board of Internal Medicine - Cardiac Electrophysiology