Jonathan Jay Masor, MD

Associate Professor of Medicine

Department of Medicine

Office: 1365 Building A

Phone: 404-778-0480

Fax: 404-778-2785



Dr. Masor is an Associate Professor of Medicine (Division of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics) and board certified in internal medicine. He joined the Emory internal medicine faculty in 1986 following his internal medicine residency at Emory University Affiliated Hospitals. Dr. Masor also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in biology from Brandeis University and a medical degree from UMDNJ - New Jersey medical school (now Rutgers-New Jersey Medical School).

Dr. Masor has served in the primary care internal medicine practice for over 30 years. He has also worked with Emory Executive Health patients over this period of time and as well in recent years has been seeing patients in the Emory Special Diagnostic Services Clinic. In prior years, he was heavily involved in the inpatient internal medicine services of Emory University Hospital (1986-2004) and Grady Memorial Hospital (1986-1998) as an Attending Physician.

Administratively, he has served on several institutional committees including the Emory Hospital Medical Practice Committee for over 20 years and more recently as the elected representative for Emory Hospital to the Emory Healthcare Local Health Network.

Most recently, Dr. Masor was selected as a Master Clinician in the Emory University School of Medicine - Department of Medicine though the Clinical Distinctions Program. Prior to this, in 2013, Dr. Masor was appointed as a Rollins Distinguished Clinician by the Emory University School of Medicine. He was also recognized by the medical school in 2007 by being awarded the Paul W. Seavey Senior Clinician Educator Award. He has also received awards for outstanding patient satisfaction as voted by his patients at the Emory Clinic and for multiple “Top Doctors” recognitions in internal medicine as noted by his peers. Other significant honors included election to the Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Honor Medical Society in 1983 as senior medical student and the Jacob Dreskin Award for being the outstanding student in the clinical years of medical School. He was also elected to Fellowship in the American College of Physicians in 1991.

Dr. Masor has been thrilled to be a member of the Emory family for essentially his entire career and looks forward to serving his patients for many more years.