The University of Rochester Medical Center’s Department of Medicine welcomes Nancy S. Clark, M.D., to the Division of General Medicine and faculty-resident practice.
Clark, a clinical assistant professor in Medicine and Geriatrics, is a respected clinician in the Medical Center’s primary care network and an outstanding medical educator. Her energy and enthusiasm for the practice of medicine further URMC’s goals of providing high quality medical care and resident education.
She has been actively involved in medical school committee work, curriculum design and course instruction and has extensive experience in resident ambulatory medicine. Her community service work includes serving as advisor of the first UR Well Site at Asbury United Methodist Church.
Clark has been recognized for her educational skills by being named as a Kohn Senior Teaching Fellow. She has received the University’s T. Franklin Williams Prize in Geriatrics and the Manuel D. Goldman Prize for Excellence in First Year Teaching.
She received a bachelor’s degree from Hamilton College and her medical degree from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry. After completing her internal medicine residency at Strong Memorial Hospital, she completed a geriatrics fellowship at Monroe Community Hospital. Clark has published research in the geriatrics literature and she is board certified in internal medicine and geriatrics.