Every day I strive to treat my patients the way I would want my family and loved ones to be treated. We deserve care that is well communicated and coordinated; utilizing all the advances modern medicine has to offer. I believe the best health and wellness outcomes occur when there is a strong partnership between the patient and physician, with open lines of communication and transparent collaboration between experts. This care should go beyond just finding illness and treating it, but should foster a sense of well-being and empowerment over your health.
Simon Kimm graduated from the Honors Program in Medical Education at Northwestern University, where he conducted basic science research in disorders of the prostate, and was awarded an American Foundation of Urologic Diseases Fellowship. He was accepted to the Stanford University Medical Center residency program in Urology, serving as chief resident in 2010-2011. For three years he served as a Clinical Instructor and Fellow in Urologic Oncology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York.