About Jason M. Hoff, MD
Born and raised in Loma Linda, he has strong ties to the community. He graduated from Loma Linda Academy and then went on to earn his undergraduate degree at La Sierra University. Dr. Hoff graduated from Loma Linda University School of Medicine in 2013—a member of the centennial class. He then pursued an internal medicine residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.
He returned to Loma Linda University to complete his general cardiology and interventional cardiology fellowships. During his training Dr. Hoff received recognition as Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, served on the medical school student senate, and earned the Society of Residency Educators Certificate. Dr. Hoff also received the prestigious California American College of Cardiology Excellence in Cardiology Fellowship Award.
As a Structural Interventional Cardiologist, he focuses his clinical practice on preventive cardiology, structural heart interventions, and resident and fellowship education. He is also an investigator in several clinical research projects. He and his wife, Makenzi, have five children: Brooklyn (8), Brock (6), Blake (6), Beckham (3), and Berkeley (1). He loves the outdoors and any sport that involves water.