Dr. Jordan Eisenstock, MD, MBA, CPE

Dr. Jordan Eisenstock is a board certified neurologist and psychiatrist. He specializes in treating a broad array of all neurologic conditions, but has a particular interest in sports-related concussion. His multi-disciplinary approach is gleaned from diverse medical, academic and business experience. In addition to leading CNS, Jordan is an assistant professor of neurology and psychiatry at UMass Medical School in Worcester, MA. From 2008 to present, he has worked at UMass as an attending neurologist and neuropsychiatrist and enjoys teaching residents, fellows, and medical students participating in the same academic programs that he once attended.

Jordan leads quality improvement for the UMass Department of Psychiatry and is director of neurorehabilitation at Fairlawn Rehabilitation Hospital. He is on the UMass Memorial Accountable Care Organization, Inc. Board of Trustees, and has served on the neurology steering committee for the National Quality Forum in Washington, DC, and on an examination committee for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Chicago, IL.

Jordan received a BA in psychology from Georgetown University in Washington, DC and his MD from the University of Massachusetts in Worcester. In 2011, he achieved board certification as a certified physician executive (CPE) through the American College of Physician Executives, and in 2014 earned a masters in business administration (MBA) from the UMass Isenberg School of Business in Amherst.

Jordan attended Worcester Academy and has strong ties to Central Massachusetts. He is dedicated to caring for his patients and their families, and actively supports the greater community. Jordan enjoys spending time with his family and engaging in any activity related to sports. While at Georgetown University he played on the baseball team but now finds tennis to be a good match for his athletic endeavors.

Our Philosophy

“Neurologic conditions affect the body and mind in very different ways, and are often life-changing. I want people to know that we are here for them—ready, willing and able to offer expert care, guidance, support and reassurance that we will do whatever it takes to improve their quality of life.”

Jordan Eisenstock, MD, MBA, CPE