Mark Simone, MD

Project: "Reducing Polypharmacy and Hospital Readmission with an Interdisciplinary Geriatric Team Embedded in a Patient Centered Medical Home"
Mount Auburn Hospital

Mark Simone, MD is an Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and a geriatrician in the Division of Geriatric Medicine at Mount Auburn Hospital, Cambridge, MA. He is the Associate Program Director-Primary Care for the Mount Auburn Internal Medicine Residency Program, where he leads the Primary Care Pathway and oversees the ambulatory training for IM residents. He is also the Director of Quality Improvement for the Geriatrics Division. He has a geriatric primary care practice and provides outpatient geriatric consultation.

His academic and scholarly projects include the development of various geriatric curricula for residents, fellows and medical students. Mark received a Geriatric Academic Career Award in 2010 to develop innovative educational programs to address the needs of LGBT older adults and older adults with HIV.

He completed his geriatric fellowship training at Harvard Medical School/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, and his internal medicine residency training at Yale Medical School/Yale-New Haven Hospital. He also participated in the Medical Education Fellowship, sponsored by Harvard Medical School and Mount Auburn Hospital.

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