About Jordan Phillips
My name is Jordan Phillips, MD, and I am an anesthesiologist and assistant professor in the Critical Care Medicine Division of the University of Florida Department of Anesthesiology. I received my bachelor’s degree in biology from Oklahoma Christian University in Edmond, Oklahoma. I received my medical degree from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in Oklahoma City where I also completed my residency in anesthesiology. I then completed my fellowship in critical care medicine right here at the University of Florida.
I became an anesthesiologist because I enjoy the scope of practice and having the opportunity to care for patients both young and old. I appreciate the combination of pharmacology and physiology and that each patient’s surgery and conditions are unique.
I hope to make every patient feel heard, safe, and informed to the best of my ability. My areas of expertise and interest include caring for critically ill patients in the cardiac intensive care unit, as well as caring for patients with cardiac and respiratory failure.
I came to Gainesville with my wife, Savannah, who is a labor and delivery nurse at UF Health. Outside of work, I enjoy golfing, hiking, biking, fishing, boating, skiing, and pickleball.