Matt Doers, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical

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Matt Doers, MD

Matthew Doers, MD, is an internal medicine physician whose focus is on pulmonary and critical care medicine. He cares for patients in a variety of settings, including a pulmonary clinic with has a focus on obstructive lung disease and severe asthma, and in the intensive care units with critically ill patients. In his specialty areas, Dr. Doers enjoys the breadth and complexity of his work.

Dr. Doers is passionate about ensuring his patients are well informed of their health conditions, believing that every patient should understand their disease and how it is impacting them. In his practice, he takes the time to ensure all patient questions are answered.

To Dr. Doers, In Science Lives Hope means that through continued research and study, discoveries will be made to refine new and existing ways to help patients and improve lives.

Outside of his clinical work, Dr. Doers enjoys spending time with family, being outside and staying as active as he can.



At UC Health, our providers are authors of healthcare’s greatest breakthroughs, and we’re always showing the world how science can win. In partnership with the University of Cincinnati, one of the nation’s top 25 public research universities, UC Health combines clinical expertise and compassion with teaching and leading-edge medical research—a combination that provides specialty and subspecialty care unavailable elsewhere in our community. Through scientific publications, we communicate our discoveries and advances in medicine every day.


Internal Medicine


Medical Degree

Medical College of Wisconsin



University of Cincinnati



University of Cincinnati


Board Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine


American Board of Internal Medicine (Pulmonary Disease)


American Board of Internal Medicine (Critical Care Medicine)



Critical Care Medicine, Internal Medicine