Cincinnati Trauma and Critical Care Surgeon.
Jay Johannigman, M.D. is a Cincinnati-based trauma and critical care surgeon with over 40 years of experience. After receiving an AB degree in biology from Kenyon College, he went on to earn his doctorate of medicine from Case Western Reserve University. While in school, he was the president of the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society and an honor student in pharmacology while he studied medicine. He subsequently had his postdoctoral training in trauma and surgical critical care and went back to school during his years in the military to complete his Aerospace Medicine Primary Course at Brooks AFB and graduate from the Air War College.
Jay Johannigman, M.D was among the Cincinnati-trained elite Air Force medical teams. Doctors, nurses, and other health professionals who took part in the program were trained at the University of Cincinnati’s Medical Center. Their volunteering work helped save lives as it impacted more than 5,600 military families who are grateful for the humanitarian service rendered.
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Class of 1983
University of Cincinnati Medical Center Inc. Residency, Surgery, 1983 – 1988
University of Cincinnati Medical Center Inc. Fellowship, Surgical Critical Care, 1988 – 1990
USAF School of Aerospace Medicine Flight Surgery, 1993 – 1994