Dr. Jennifer Jones
Gastroenterologist · Ulcerative Colitis · Crohn's Disease · Halifax, Nova Scotia
Jennifer Jones, MD, is an Associate Professor and the Medical Lead at the Nova Scotia Collaborative IBD program at the QE II Health Sciences Center in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Dr. Jones' research focuses on improving IBD treatment outcomes and quality, actively working to develop patient-centered programs, improve access to care, and use population-based data to study IBD outcomes.
The NSCIBD program is a dedicated group of clinicians, researchers, and educators in the Nova Scotia Health Authority in Halifax who works to improve the lives of patients and families with IBD. Their mission is to provide accessible, patient-centric care of the highest quality.
Royal University Hospital is located on the University of Saskatchewan campus. This first-in-class hospital is linked to the University of Saskatchewan College of Medicine to deliver a comprehensive health program built upon a partnership between training and healthcare. The Royal University Hospital has earned recognition for raising the standard of medical treatment throughout Saskatchewan, serving as a provincial leader in acute care services.