Nermine Morcos-Clark, MD
“Change is inevitable, & my goal is to help with my patients to cope with what life has in store for them,” says geriatrician Nermine Morcos-Clark, M.D. “I try to help them preserve their independence & quality of life.”
It was her grandmother’s influence that led Dr. Morcos-Clark to becoming a geriatrician. Dr. Morcos-Clark was her grandmother’s travel companion & took trips with her all over the world. When treating her senior patients, Dr. Morcos-Clark cares for them as if they were family.
“Working with seniors is what I’m passionate about.”
Dr. Morcos-Clark received her fellowship training in geriatric medicine at the University of California, Irvine College of Medicine. Prior to that, she completed a residency in internal medicine in Los Angeles.
During her residency, Dr. Morcos-Clark received the Solomon Scholars Research Award from the UCLA School of Medicine. She is a graduate of the Wake Forest University School of Medicine in North Carolina.
Dr. Morcos-Clark loves spending time with her husband, step-son, and dog, Ginger in Mission Viejo. They enjoy the great California weather by taking walks around the lake, paddleboarding, swimming, and hosting friends.