Matthew Waldron, MD
I am a primary care physician with Memorial Primary Care. I provide long-term care for patients as well as disease management for people living with chronic conditions.
I believe that primary care is the backbone of the healthcare system. Everyone should have a primary care doctor who they like, trust and who can help them monitor their health. This enables us to catch concerns quickly – before they become serious medical issues – and ensure you are feeling your best and able to meet your goals.
My favorite part of my job is getting to know patients. They make my days in the office fun and rewarding, and it is a pleasure to help them to live healthier, happier lives.
Before joining Memorial Healthcare System, I was the medical director of Valley Health, a part of Southern Indiana Community Health Care in Indiana. I also served as an emergency room physician at Indiana University Health Paoli Hospital and was an adjunct clinical faculty member at Indiana University School of Medicine.
In addition to providing patient care in the U.S., I also enjoy traveling overseas to provide necessary medical services to people in need. I have participated in trips to Haiti, Dominican Republic and Guatemala.
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- Medical College Of Ohio, 1999
- Grant Medical Center, 2002, Family Medicine
- University Of Texas @ Austin, 2003, Obstetrics and Gynecology