Brandi K. Jones, MD
Brandi K. Jones, M.D., a senior internal medicine and pediatrics physician at Ochsner Health Center-Driftwood was named Ochsner Health’s 2019 Physician of the Year during its annual Spirit of Leadership Awards.
Dr. Jones, one of nearly 1,500 Ochsner-employed physicians, was honored during a virtual ceremony streamed to the system’s employees this past June.
Dr. Jones earned her medical degree from the Tulane University School of Medicine where she also completed her internship and residency. She is board certified in both internal medicine and pediatrics. Dr. Jones has practiced at Ochsner Health Center-Driftwood in Kenner since 2003.
Dr. Jones stops at nothing to ensure her patients receive the right care and the best care,” said Stephen Robinson, CEO, Ochsner Medical Center-Kenner and the River Region.
She strives to consistently deliver the highest in quality healthcare and provides a genuine, personable quality to the relationships she builds with her patients. Dr. Jones is a tremendous patient advocate. She always make sure that her patients’ needs are met both in her office and within the larger Ochsner healthcare system.
Dr. Jones is also an Ochsner Health Ambulatory Quality Top Performer, achieving seven out of seven quality metrics since December 2018. She was recognized by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana for being a 2019 top tier provider in caring for patients with hypertension, chronic kidney disease, diabetes and ischemic vascular disease.
Dr. Jones writes:
“I am honored to be acknowledged as Ochsner’s Physician of the Year. It is truly a privilege to do what I do. I have had the best patients over these 17 years. I am supported by the most awesome team/family at our Driftwood clinic and couldn’t do what I do without them. I remain passionate about being a combined Med-Peds physician and am very committed to the excellence of healthcare and patient advocacy.
Fortuitously, 30 years ago this month, I received the Alton Ochsner future physician award at my high school graduation. Since then I have been unbelievably lucky to have been able to interact with so many different patients, colleagues, team members and friends that have helped me become the person that I am today.
Special Thanks to my husband, Mitch, for being my everything and love of my life... my kids, Gabby and Jacob, for being the blessings of my life... and my parents, Kay and Gary, for making me the woman that I am. Thanks again to Ochsner and our leadership team. I am very honored.”