Dr. Jose Bordon is the CEO and founding chair of Washington Health Institute. Dr. Bordon completed his training at Providence Hospital/George Washington Medical Center in Washington D.C. and his training in Infectious Diseases at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD. He has been practicing in the area of Infectious Diseases since 2002 and is the former Chief of the Section of Infectious Diseases at Providence Hospital. He is certified in Internal Medicine and also in Infectious Diseases by the American Board of Internal Medicine. He is Assistant Professor at George Washington University Medical School. His leadership in Medicine and Infectious Diseases includes Member of the Steering Committee, Community Acquired Pneumonia Organization, University of Louisville; Investigator for the Women’s Interagency HIV Study (WIHS), Georgetown University Medical Center; Advisory board member of the American Gen Therapy Clinical Advisory; member of the D.C. Cohort Executive Committee; member of the D.C. Center For AIDS Research (DC-CFAR) Authorship Committee; and Member, Governor’s Advisory Council, American College of Physicians’ District of Columbia Chapter.
Dr. Bordon’s main interests are focused on the holistic health needs of patients, physician education and research. Some of his favorite research fields include HIV infection, viral hepatitis, tuberculosis and pneumococcal pneumonia. He has written more than 50 original manuscripts and has been nominated as a reviewer for more than 30 scientific journals.
Dr. Jose Bordon offers patients high-quality care in a professional and compassionate manner. His holistic view results in approaching patients from the spiritual, mind and body dimensions. He is a strong believer in building networks with government and non-government organizations in order to create or optimize health services and to promote education and the overall health of the community.