Jarrod Bruce, M.D.

Dr. Jarrod Bruce, MD has 19 years of experience, specializing in Critical Care Medicine, Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Critical Care, and Pulmonary Disease. He is the Medical Director for Critical Care at Fairfield Medical Center and holds seats on several national and institutional medical committees.

Dr. Bruce graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Ohio State University College of Medicine & Public Health, Ohio State University College of Medicine in 2002.

In addition to Dr. Bruce’s educational achievements, he has received multiple awards throughout his education. These awards include: William J. Means Memorial Award for demonstrating outstanding scholarship and professional attributes (2003); E.V. Turner M.D. Award for exceptional clinical skills and compassionate relationships with patients and parents (2007); award for Outstanding Contribution Department of Emergency Medicine (2007); and the Robert J. Fass Award for Outstanding Clinical Fellow, of which Dr. Bruce was a 3 time recipient for demonstrating the attributes of an outstanding physician consult (2008-2009, 2009-2010 and 2010-2011). In addition, Dr. Bruce was nominated for Chief Resident at OSU and Children’s Hospital. Throughout his employment, he has been awarded the Legendary Care Giver Award (2013), the FMC Internal Medicine Residency Mentor of the Year (2014, 2019) and the Columbus Business First Best Doctors (2016, 2017).

Dr. Bruce has completed extensive research, abstracts, and publications to further expand his knowledge and care for patients. Most recently, he has been the Principal Investigator for case studies involving pulmonary care. One study evaluates the most effective way to implement smoking cessation with lung cancer screening services, while another study looks to provide access to convalescent plasma for the treatment of COVID-19 under a Mayo Clinic trial.