Anne Clark, MD
I am originally from the Cincinnati area. I completed my undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering at Purdue University and went on to work as an engineer in Columbus, IN. I then decided to pursue my dream of becoming a doctor and attended the University of Toledo for medical school. I returned to Indiana to complete my pediatric residency at St Vincent Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital in 2012. I joined Southside Pediatrics in September of 2015. I enjoy working together with families to ensure their children are as healthy and happy as possible.
I spent my childhood moving between New Zealand, Australia and the US and followed by dream of becoming a ballerina all the way through college at Butler, earning a BA in Dance. Injuries interrupted my dance career and I rethought my goals, deciding to follow my father into medicine by attending the Medical University of South Carolina and then Pediatrics through residency at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. I’m so glad I did! Even on the worst of days, a child can make me smile. I joined Southside Pediatrics in 2007 and with your help, I provide medical students from IU Medical School with mentored shadowing opportunities in Pediatrics. Thank you all for sharing your children with me.
I was born in Lafayette, Indiana, the youngest of 7 children. I obtained my undergraduate degree from Purdue University. After receiving a Master’s Degree in Physiology from Indiana University I attended University of Cincinnati School of Medicine. I finished my pediatrics training at Kosair Children’s Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. I joined Southside Pediatrics in 2001. I provide residents of the St Francis Family Medicine Residency Program with preceptorship and exposure in pediatrics. I try my best to provide the best possible care for my patients.