Dr. Clark Simons is an Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery at Indiana University School of Medicine. He has been on staff since 2000 after completing a Trauma/ Critical Care fellowship at the University of Maryland Medical Center (Shock Trauma). His medical education started at State University of New York Downstate in Brooklyn New York. Thereafter he completed his surgical residency at Brooklyn Hospital Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. He presently practices at Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana where he is also the Chief of Surgical Services. He also serves on the Executive Committee for IU School of Medicine Admissions Committee and is actively involved in medical education, mentoring and international health.
Specialties: General Surgery, Trauma
School of Medicine: State University of New York, Brooklyn
Internship: Brooklyn Hospital Center
Residency: Brooklyn Hospital Center
Fellowship: Maryland Shock Trauma Center
- Impacting the Problem of Inner-City Youth Violence: "Educating Kids about Gun Violence" Program.Hayward, T.Z., Simons, C.J., St John, W., Waymire, M., Stucky, T.D.
- Firearm suicide: use of a firearm injury and death surveillance system.Streib, E.W., Hackworth, J., Hayward, T.Z., Jacobson, L.E., Simons, C.J., Falimirski, M.E., O'Neil, J., Bull, M.J., Gomez, G.A.
Titles & Appointments
- Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery
- Frederic W. Taylor Scholar in Surgery