Larry Ford, MD
- Infectious Diseases
Dr. Larry Ford is a well-respected Infectious Disease Physician. He graduated from the Ohio State University College of Medicine with a Doctor of Medicine. In 2005 then went on to complete his Residency in Internal Medicine. He finished his Infectious Disease Fellowship at the University of Utah in 2010. Dr. Ford was a lead investigator for the Acinetobacter Outbreak from 2009 – 2010. Dr. Ford’s research experience has helped him acquire a vast knowledge in the field of Infectious Disease. He was appointed statewide lead for CDC pilot valuating incidence of healthcare-associated norovirus outbreaks. His philanthropic history includes participation in a Physician’s Free Clinic from 2001 - 2002, directing the Toys For Tots campaign in 2007, and traveling door-to-door with the Mount Carmel Outreach Program delivering pediatric vaccinations to underserved areas in 2004. Dr. Ford and his wife have two young children.
Internal Medicine Residency Ohio State University 2008 Columbus, Ohio
Infectious Diseases Fellowship University of Utah 2010 Salt Lake City, Utah
Ohio State University College of Medicine Doctor of Medicine 2005 Columbus, Ohio Brigham Young University BS Microbiology 2000 Provo, Utah