Jordan Vaughan, MD practices at Logan Health Children’s as a pediatric acute care physician and a pediatric hospitalist. He was born and raised in the Flathead Valley, attended Flathead High School, and enjoyed local hobbies such as climbing in Glacier Park and skiing at Whitefish Mountain Resort. He graduated from Seattle Pacific University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Physiology, then received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Washington School of Medicine. He completed his general pediatrics residency at the University of Utah, and is currently completing a sub-specialty fellowship in pediatric hospital medicine at University of California-San Francisco. Dr. Vaughan specializes in the care of children hospitalized for a wide variety of illnesses, implementing evidence-based practices and advancing applications of telehealth for pediatric acute care settings. Dr. Vaughan, his wife, and his dog Moose have a number of favorite activities including mountain biking, rafting, hiking, skiing, cooking and gardening.
Jordan Vaughan, MD
Pediatric Acute Care
American Board of Pediatrics (ABP) in General Pediatrics
University of California San Francisco
Primary Children's Hospital, University of Utah
University of Washington School of Medicine
Logan Health Medical Center
This provider subscribes to the Logan Health Financial Assistance Program
Vaughan J, Oliver L. Assessing prior and potential volunteer's perceptions for teleradiology recruitment at a Kenyan mission hospital [Abstract]. Journal of Investigative Medicine. January 2015; 63(1): 199-199.
Vaughan J, Fassl B, Sherpa A, Thomas J, Judkins A. Improving knowledge acquisition of rural healthcare providers in essential newborn care in Nepal [Abstract]. Journal of Investigative Medicine. January 2020; 68(1):133–134.
Thomas JW, Levy DP, Sherpa AJ, Lama LN, Judkins A, Chambers A, Crandall H, Schoenhals S, Bella KB, Vaughan JH, Grubb PH, Fassl B. Analysis of the Perinatal Care System in a Remote and Mountainous District of Nepal. Maternal and Child Health Journal. 26, 1976–1982 f(2022)