Jay Johnson, MD

Chief Medical Officer and Editor in Chief

Chief Medical Officer
Stanford CardiologistHolding the position as WorldDoc’s Chief Medical officer and Editor in Chief, Dr. Jay Johnson oversees the development of medical content and integration of emerging treatment options into WorldDoc Health Management System. In addition to his dedication for proactive health product development and enhancement, Jay serves as Attending Staff at Stanford Medical Center.

A recognized cardiovascular disease prevention expert, Jay has worked in cholesterol management and prevention centers from Washington, DC to U.C. San Francisco and U.C. Los Angeles. Congestive heart failure, heart transplantation and adult congenital heart disease belong to Jay’s areas of expertise.

With boarding in both internal medicine and cardiovascular diseases, he has published and/or co-published more than 25 peer-reviewed medical journal articles on topics ranging from cholesterol disorders to arteriosclerosis in heart transplant recipients. Widely recognized in the medical community, Jay holds the prestigious Allie Freed award for Excellence in Preventive Cardiology. A graduate of George Washington University School of Medicine, Jay also holds a Master's degree in Exercise Physiology.