Eric Signoff, M.D.

Eric Daniel Signoff, M.D.




Internal Medicine


  • Clinical Physician


Eric Daniel Signoff is not currently accepting new patients. For assistance finding a UC Davis doctor, please call 800-2-UCDAVIS (800-282-3284).

UC Davis Medical Center

2315 Stockton Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95817
Driving Directions

Primary Phone:
800-2-UCDAVIS (800-282-3284)

Additional Phone Numbers

Phone: 916-734-7506
Fax: 916-734-4810



Philosophy of Care

Dr. Signoff believes in providing compassionate and evidence-based care for his patients and their families. 

Clinical Interests

Dr. Signoff is an Internal Medicine Hospitalist who clinically cares for adult patients requiring hospitalization.


Hospital Medicine


M.D., George Washington University, Washington D.C. 2013

B.A., University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia PA 2005


Internal Medicine, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia PA 2013-2016

Board Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine, 2016

Professional Memberships

American College of Physicians

Gold Humanism Honor Society

Society of Hospital Medicine

Honors and Awards

Teacher of the Year Award, Jefferson University Hospital (Voted best teaching third year internal medicine resident by intern class), 2016

Teacher of the Year Award, Jefferson University Hospital (Voted best teaching second year internal medicine resident by intern class), 2015

Excellence in Teaching Award, Jefferson University Hospital (Voted best teaching housestaff by third year medical students), 2015

Resident Professionalism Award, ACP Southeast Region Philadelphia (Selected by program director as the resident who most exemplifies professionalism), 2015

Gold Humanism Honor Society Award, George Washington University Medical School, 2012

Select Recent Publications

Signoff, E. D., Adams, J. Y., Kuhn, B. T. Initiation of Mechanical Ventilation in Patients with Decompensated Respiratory Failure. Hospital Medicine Clinics. 2017;6(4), p.503-513.

Wolk, D. A., Gold, C. A., Signoff, E. D., & Budson, A. E. Discrimination and reliance on conceptual fluency cues are inversely related in patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease. Neuropsychologia. 2009;47(8-9):1865-72.

Wolk, D. A., Signoff, E. D., & DeKosky, S. T. Recollection and familiarity in amnestic mild cognitive impairment: A global decline in recognition memory. Neuropsychologia. 2008;46(7), p. 1965-1978.