Dr Jordan Vaughn, MD


Dr. Jordan F. Vaughn is an internist in Birmingham, Alabama and is affiliated with Grandview Medical Center-Birmingham. He received his medical degree from University of Alabama School of Medicine and has been in practice between 11-20 years.

Internal MedicineGeneral internal medicine physicians, or internists, are primary-care doctors who perform physical exams and treat a wide spectrum of common illnesses in adult men and women. One of every four physicians in the U.S. is an internist, many of whom are certified in one of 19 subspecialties, including cardiology, infectious disease and medical oncology.

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  1. My wife and I are in our 70’s and I have two co-morbidities, so we have taken every precaution to protect ourselves against Covid-19. We received the two Pfizer vaccine jabs in March 2021 (although we wouldn’t take them now due to their risks, which weren’t known at the time), but we won’t take the booster jab. We’ve been taking Ivermectin along with the Zelensky prophylactic protocol, initially in February 2021 and then continuously since August 2021. Our out-of-state prescribing doctor is no longer filling Ivermectin refills outside his state, thus we need an Alabama doctor who will refill our prescriptions. Will you (or any other doctor in the Concerned Doctors network in Alabama) refill our prescriptions? We will gladly provide all necessary medical history and whatever additional information is required. Please advise promptly as our prescriptions will run out soon.

  2. David, Thank you for contacting us. Yes, you can contact Jordan Vaughn, MD at Medhelp. I passed your message along and he’s expecting your call. Best wishes.

  3. Thank you for passing our message along to Dr. Vaughn and for your timely reply to us. My wife and I are very grateful. I’ll contact Dr. Vaughn’s office right away.

  4. I am a non-clinician working as a CONTRACTED employee for a healthcare company that specializes in HM/EM management and patient engagement. During the height of the pandemic, I traveled to all of my hospitals (when allowed by the company, multiple states, 8 hospitals). I do not regularly meet with clinical staff (mostly c-suite and leadership staff of hospital, not in ED or other high risk areas). Until the SCOTUS CMS mandate, the injection was not mandated. However, in February, we were told that we would have to take the C19 injection. I filed a religious exemption, and was told that 90% of these exemptions were being denied. Later, I learned that the company would give additional consideration to medical exemptions.

    Aside from my personal beliefs, I have not received any vaccines since circa 1992 when I was told that my MMR vaccine would need to be repeated to enter graduate school (apparently, my birth year, 1969, fell in a time period where there was some debate regarding whether or not my initial vaccine as an infant may have been effective. After the MMR (in my 20s), I ended up at the UAB ED with urticaria from head to toe, breathing issues, and had to be given steroids, epinephrine, and Benadryl injections. That was the last time that I ever received any vaccine (I am now 52), as I have a long history of urticaria reactions,. I also had Epstein Barr as a child. My aunt received the flu vaccine years ago and developed a serious case of Guillian Barre that almost resulted in death. My grandfather had MS. We have a long history of autoimmune issues in my family, so needless to say, I avoid vaccines in general, and and terrified of the mRNA .

    I am seeking a physician who is willing to help me with a medical exemption or some kind of guidance with my situation. I do have a PCP, but she is very pro-C19 injection. Dr. Vaughn, can you provide me with any professional guidance? Thank you in advance for your help, and all that you and your team are doing to support patients.

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