Mark A. Clark, MD
- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Emergency Medicine
After completing an undergraduate degree in Philosophy at Fordham University, Dr. Mark Clark earned his M.D. degree from Brown University School of Medicine. He then completed residency training in emergency medicine at St. Luke’s Roosevelt where he served as chief resident. Dr. Clark has been active in postgraduate medical education leadership for 20 years. He is the residency program director for the EM Residency at Mt. Sinai St. Luke’s, Mt. Sinai Roosevelt in NYC. He is an assistant professor of emergency medicine at The Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai. He serves on the Ethics Committee of Society of Academic Emergency Medicine as well as the Academic Affairs Committee of the American College of Emergency Physicians. He is a member of the Council of Emergency Medicine Residency Directors and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Clark’s primary interests in addition to patient care include undergraduate and residency medical education and mentorship, medical ethics, global health initiatives, and innovation in fostering humanism and professionalism in medical training.
American Board of Emergency Medicine
MD, Brown University
Residency, Emergency Dept., St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Ctr.
Residency Director of the Year
Russinoff I, Clark M. Suicidal Patients: Assessing and Managing Patients who present with suicidal Ideation or attempts. Emergency Medicine Practice 2004 August;.
Riley D, Clark M, Wong T. Blast, Burn and Crush injury. Topics in Emergency Medicine 2002; 24(2): 47-59.
The Ethics of Compassion. "Ethics in Action" SAEM Newsletter 2011 July/August;.
The Physician Patient Relationship, Author. SAEM Online Ethics Curriculum 2011, 2012 January;.
The Impaired Physician. SAEM Online Ethics Curriculum 2011 March;.
Hoskote SS, Khouli H, Lanoix R, Rose K, Aqeel A, Clark M, Chalfin D, Shapiro J, Han Q. Simulation-based training for emergency medicine residents in sterile technique during central venous catheterization: impact on performance, policy, and outcomes. Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2015 Jan; 22(1).
Clark MA, Paradis NA. Spinal epidural hematoma complicating thrombolytic therapy with tissue plasminogen activator--a case report. The Journal of emergency medicine 2002 Oct; 23(3).
Clark MA, Abbott JT, Adyanthaya T. Ethics seminars: a best-practice approach to navigating the against-medical-advice discharge. Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2014 Sep; 21(9).
Bania TC, Lee R, Clark M. Ethics seminars: health care proxies and suicidal patients. Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2003 Jan; 10(1).
Quest TE, Simon JR. Society for Academic Emergency Medicine position statement on teacher-learner relationships. Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine 2011 Nov; 18(11).
Hasegawa K, Sullivan AF, Tovar Hirashima E, Gaeta TJ, Fee C, Turner SJ, Massaro S, Camargo CA. A multicenter observational study of US adults with acute asthma: who are the frequent users of the emergency department?. The journal of allergy and clinical immunology. In practice; 2(6).
Schmitz GR, Clark M, Heron S, Sanson T, Kuhn G, Bourne C, Guth T, Cordover M, Coomes J. Strategies for coping with stress in emergency medicine: Early education is vital. Journal of emergencies, trauma, and shock 2012 Jan; 5(1).