Todd Simon, MD, M.S.Ed., FACP
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Todd Simon MD, M

Todd Simon MD, M.S.Ed., FACP

Chief Academic Officer

Designated Institutional Official

NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital

Vice Chairman and Associate Program Director

Department of Medicine

Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine

Weill-Cornell Medicine


Todd Simon MD received his B.A. from Amherst College (1987), and his MD degree from New York University Medical Center (1991). He completed his residency training in Internal Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York (1991-1994). After residency, Dr. Simon spent ten years at Mount Sinai, eventually becoming Co-Director of Ambulatory Education for the Department of Medicine. While there, he completed a Master’s Degree program in Medical Education from the University of Southern California (2002).

              In October 2003 Dr. Simon joined Jersey City Medical Center as Vice Chairman of Medicine and Residency Program Director. After three productive and educational years there, he returned to New York City in October 2006 as Vice Chairman and Associate Program Director in the Department of Medicine of New York Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn. He also directed the 4th year medical student Sub-Internship in Medicine there until 2015. In July, 2015, Dr. Simon became the Chief Academic Officer and Designated Institutional Official of the hospital. In that position, he maintains oversight of 15 ACGME accredited programs, approximately 300 residents and fellows, and all medical student rotations. (In December, 2016 New York Methodist Hospital became part of the New York Presbyterian Regional Hospital Network, and changed its name to NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital).

Dr. Simon has been active in APDIM (Past-President of the New York Special Interest Group), SGIM, and ACP (current Councilor for Brooklyn, Queens, & Staten Island, former Brooklyn District President, and currently Chair of the national ACP Post-Graduate/Chapter Education Committee). He is a practicing General Internist who divides his time between administrative activities, teaching residents and medical students, and clinical care of patients.