Dr. Donald Dumford, Cleveland Clinic Akron General


Donald Dumford, M.D.
Infectious Disease Specialist
Cleveland Clinic Akron General

Dr. Dumford is a lifelong Northeast Ohio resident. He grew up in Strongsville. He then attended the University of Dayton for undergraduate studies and the Boonshoft School of Medicine at Wright State University for medical school. He returned to Northeast Ohio to continue his training at Case Western Reserve University/University Hospitals-Cleveland Medical Center where he completed his internal medicine residency and infectious disease fellowship. During this time he also participated in the VA Quality Scholars training program and received his Master’s in Public Health from Case Western Reserve University. He has been on the Cleveland Clinic Akron General medical staff in the Division of Infectious Disease since 2012 and for the past year has served as the Medical Director of Infection Prevention. Outside of work he also serves on the associate board for the Ohio and Erie Canalway Coalition. He lives in Bath with his wife Rachel and daughter Cecilia. When not at work or at home, you can find him on a trail in the national park or one of our local MetroParks.