Simeon Kimmel, MD, MA
Infectious Disease and Addiction Medicine Specialist
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Infectious complications of substance use
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Simeon Kimmel is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine and an Attending Physician in the Sections of General Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases at Boston Medical Center and Medical Director of Project TRUST, Boston Medical Center’s harm reduction focused drop-in center. He trained in Internal Medicine and Primary Care at Brigham and Women’s Hospital before completing a joint fellowship in Addiction Medicine and Infectious Diseases at Boston Medical Center. He also earned a Master's Degree in Medical Anthropology from the Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. His research focuses on improving retention in treatment with medications for opioid use disorder following serious injection related infections as well as the integration of addiction and harm reduction services with infectious disease care.
ResidencyBrigham and Women's Hospital
FellowshipBoston Medical Center
Board CertificationsInfectious Diseases, Addiction Medicine, Internal Medicine
Special InterestsInfectious complications of substance use
Location725 Albany Street
Boston, MA 02118
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