Provider type: Physicians & APNs
Dr. Matthews holds a bachelorâ€™s degree with a major in political science from Tulane University, where he attended from 1989-1993. At Tulane University, Dr. Matthews maintained a full tuition Deanâ€™s Honors academic scholarship while volunteering his time tutoring at nearby schools and participating in the African-American Congress at Tulane. Dr. Matthewsâ€™ Residency rotations included internal medicine, psychiatry â€“ inpatient/outpatient/consults, ER, neurology, VA psychiatry, geriatrics, Child and Adolescent, ECT/TMS, addiction, and research. In his free time, Dr. Matthews enjoys playing the saxophone, running, and writing. He has been an active member of the American Psychiatric Association and the American Medical Association.
Dr. Matthews earned his Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Tulane University from 1983-1993 where he maintained a full tuition Dean's academic scholarship. In 2008, he was accepted into Howard University College of Medicine where he exceled in the basic science core courses in anatomy and obtained his medical degree. In 2013, Dr. Matthews was accepted into the Howard University Hospital (HUH) psychiatry residency program. Dr. Matthews was involved in residency rotations including internal medicine, psychiatry-inpatient/outpatient/consults, ER, neurology, VA psychiatry, geriatrics, ECT/TMS, reasearch and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Dr. Matthews was active in coordinating the restoration of a 5,000 sq. ft. antebellum Italianate home that received the Restoration Award for Macon the year it was built. In 2016, Dr. Matthews had the pleasure of being selected and serving as Chief Resident for the HUH psychiatry residency program where he handled administrative disputes, issues, scheduling and didactics. Dr. Matthews holds great recognition for his participation in the African American Congress at Tulane.
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