Dr. Jonathan McCone has been practicing in the Washington DC Metropolitan area since 1977, with offices in Alexandria and Lorton, VA and Oxon Hill, MD.
received a B.S. degree from Howard University, M.D. degree from the University of Florida, and completed his Medical Residency and GI Fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania.
He has a special interest in liver disease, particularly hepatitis C and has been involved in a number of studies with publications over the last several years that look toward understanding factors impacting differential response rates to therapy.
American Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology, he is a member the AMA, Northern Virginia Medical Society, Medical Society of Virginia, American Gastroenterological Association, American Association for the Study of Liver Disease (AASLD) and is a Fellow of the American College of Gastroenterology. …
One of the best experiences I have had with a medical professional ever. Period. And I would know, believe me. Dr. McCone should have his own TV show as he is very intelligent, willing to discuss a variety of health issues without any hesitation or patronization or acting all huffy and irritated and you know those kind. I think he might be Dr. Oz twin with a tan and he is a wizard when it comes to facts, options, explaning complicated medical procedures with patience grace and humor. Don't waste your time going anywhere else and if you need to see another specialist Oz McCone will hook you up bigtime. Ok now if you have to wait a few minutes in the room--it is because he is giving another frightened colon a pep talk and rest assured he will do the same for you as a matter of course. Best experience after seeing some rudedocs and even ruder staff. Dr. McCone's staff--all of them--kind, welcoming, no attitude and they are all stunning hot with great hairdos and intriguing eyes. Serious! I dreaded going, didn't want to show up and from the minute I arrived--late even--I was cared for and felt like I mattered and the importance of colon screenings and colonoscopies can't be overstated and the attention to this issue has helped lower the mortality rate to #3 from #2--yes, I was listening as the doctor shared some great information with me and made me so glad I had gone to my appointment. They do keep any coins or trinkets the procedure unearths, but chances are, you weren't planning on spending them. Thank you so much the entire team led by a real credit to his profession.