Adam Simon, PA-C
Northwest Weight & Wellness Center
Adam is a surgical and clinical Physician Assistant at Northwest Weight and Wellness Center (NWWC)
Adam earned his Bachelor of Arts in molecular, cellular and developmental biology from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2005 and his Masters of Medical Science from Yale University in 2011. He has worked in bariatric medicine and surgery his entire career. Adam is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery.
Outside of work, I am happiest when I’m skiing, playing music or playing ultimate frisbee. I’m a competitive athlete and dedicated to good fitness. I also enjoy running, cycling, fly fishing, chess, finance, reading, science and technology and spending time with my wife and son and our friends.
Patient Care Philosophy:
I always strive to create a warm, safe and engaging environment for patients where they can learn how to practically approach and manage whatever medical issues they may face. Ultimately I think our goals of any treatment, however major or minor, should be oriented toward improving quality and length of life. The best part of the work in metabolic health is that we help patients live improved and more full lives as they are able to restore function and participate more often in the activities around them.