Dr. Erik Jones started his solo practice in downtown Boise in 2004 to provide a different model of health care to his patients. A graduate of Boise State University and Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, he completed internships in General Medicine at Lansing General Hospital in Michigan and Surgery at Madigan Army Medical Center in Washington before serving as a Brigade Surgeon and Flight Surgeon in Bosnia and Germany. Once his military service was completed, Dr. Jones returned to a Family Medicine Residency at Oregon Health Sciences University in the rural training program in Klamath Falls, Oregon and served as Chief Resident.
Dr. Erik Jones moved back to Boise in 2000 to raise a family and provides care in a solo family medicine clinic that uniquely attends to the needs of each patient, with a particular focus on chronic illness and how lifestyles affect our health. Dr. Jones also provides a travel medicine clinic through Travel Clinics of America, which helps him stay well versed in tropical medicine and travel and altitude specific illness.
When not in the office seeing patients, Dr. Jones can often be found running or biking in the foothills or along the Boise River greenbelt. He enjoys travel, being outdoors, and is an enthusiastic supporter of his daughters' various sporting activities.
“It is my focus to provide a unique model of health care to my patients. I will attend to the needs of each patient, with a particular focus on chronic illness and how lifestyles affect our health.”
- Education: Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
- Residency: Oregon Health Sciences University
- Internship: Ingham Regional Medical Center
- Board Certified: Family Medicine