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Gabriel C. Lockhart

Dr. Gabriel Lockhart is fellowship-trained in pulmonology and critical care medicine. He treats all lung diseses, including asthma, bronchiectasis and COPD.

Special Interests

Within pulmonary medicine, I practice general pulmonary with prior focus in specialty clinics including interstitial lung disease, cystic fibrosis and bronchiectasis, asthma/obstructive lung disease, and pre-/post-transplant clinics. From a critical care perspective, I have had the pleasure of working with a heterogenous population of patients in multiple specialized units including the bone marrow transplant, cardiac, cardiothoracic, medical, neurological, and surgical intensive care units.

My research interests include critical care outcomes related to sepsis screening and mechanical ventilation. In the future, I hope to optimize healthcare delivery in the critical care setting by advancing quality and cost-efficiency of patient care using an evidence-based approach.



2009 - 2013
The Ohio State University College of Medicine (Columbus, OH), Doctor of Medicine
2005 - 2009
The Ohio State University (Columbus, OH), Bachelor of Science in Biology, Minor in Economics


2013 - 2016
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (Columbus, OH), Internal Medicine


2016 - 2019
Washington University School of Medicine / Barnes-Jewish Hospital (St. Louis, MO), Pulmonary and Critical Care

Awards & Recognition

2020-2021: National Jewish Health Pandemic Star Award
2020: Saint Joseph Hospital Nominee for Physician of the Year
2018 - 2019: Chief Fellow - Pulmonary Critical Care Fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis

Board Certification

2019: Critical Care Medicine
2018: Pulmonary Medicine
2016: Internal Medicine