Paul Simmons, M.D., FAAFP
grew up in Broomfield, CO.
He received his BA in history at Baylor.
Medical School was at the University of Colorado & residency at North CO Family Medin Greeley, where he was administrative chief resident & was named STFM Resident Teacher of the Year.
practiced the full scope of rural medicine (including endoscopy, obstetrics and sleep medicine) for 2 years in western WI, then worked 4 yrs in Haxtun, CO.
While there, he taught medical & pharmacy students, proctored colleagues in endoscopy, wrote a weekly article for the local paper, participated in clinical research with the High Plains Research Network, & served as Chief of Staff.
The Colorado Rural Health Center
awarded Dr. Simmons
the 2009 Rural Health Excellence Award for his
contributions in Haxtun.
finds any medical puzzle interesting, current areas of focus include physical diagnosis, outpatient procedures & endoscopy.
2 dogs enjoy walks and drives with the windows down; Dr. Simmons
enjoys American history, philosophy, & movies.