Jonathan M. Stofer, MD, MPH, is a family medicine physician.
He earned a Master's of Public Health with a focus in Global Health from Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine, where he also went on to earn his Doctor of Medicine degree.
His main areas of focus include global health, travel medicine, preventative health, chronic disease management, pediatric care, reproductive health, and HIV prevention (PrEP).
Dr. Stofer has been heavily involved in different community organizations such as the Global Health Initiative and Good Neighbor House. Dr. Stofer enjoys running, hiking, reading, spending time with family and friends, and getting involved in his local community. Dr. Stofer has a passion for refugee and underserved medicine. He is the founder/director of a medical NGO in Peru, called The Rural Amazonian Health Initiative that serves rural jungle communities with limited access to healthcare.
- 2018: Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine/Academic Affairs
- 2021: Kettering Health Network Soin Family Medicine Residency
I believe that healthcare should be free from discrimination. I treat all my patients like family regardless of their religious beliefs, gender identity, or sexual preferences. The family medicine I've fallen in love with is filled with compassion, mutual respect, relationship building, and comprehensive healthcare delivery. This kind of quality care is what I strive to provide all of my patients.
Jonathan M. Stofer, MD, MPH
Stofer, MD, MPH
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