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Jonathan T. Huntington, MD, PhD, MPH

Jonathan T. Huntington, MD, PhD, MPH

Jonathan T. Huntington, MD, PhD, MPH, is a 2007 graduate of Dartmouth Medical School's [now The Geisel School of Medicine] combined MD/PhD program. He completed his residency in internal medicine at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) in 2010 and earned a Masters of Public Health in 2012 from The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice as a part of DHMC's Preventive Medicine Residency Program. He joined the faculty of the Geisel School of Medicine in 2012.

Huntington is currently an assistant professor of Medicine at Geisel and works clinically as a hospitalist. In September of 2019, he was appointed as DHMC’s associate chief medical officer. Huntington will continue in his role as the physician lead for the Dartmouth-Hitchcock (D-H) Transfer Center, while partnering with DHMC’s chief medical officer to provide leadership and oversight for the DHMC inpatient clinical enterprise. He will continue to co-lead, along with the vice president of Inpatient Nursing, the Throughput Access for Patients Project’s (TAPP) Inpatient Throughput & Efficiency core team, overseeing inpatient access, patient flow and throughput. As associate chief medical officer, Huntington will lead the team of inpatient unit medical directors in support of initiatives to improve patient care and implement innovative approaches to managing patient flow and capacity with a specific emphasis on achieving the D-H strategic goal for reduction of length of stay.

In addition to his clinical and administrative duties, Huntington has an avid interest in inter-professional education with a specific focus on quality improvement and patient safety.

Huntington has lived in the Upper Valley since 1997, and when not at work he loves hiking, skiing and paddling with his wife and two children.