- Year began practicing:
Areas of Interest
General Surgery, Thoracic (chest) Surgery, Laparoscopic/Thorascopic Surgery, Vascular Surgery, Endoscopy procedures including Colonoscopy, Abdominal/Hernia Surgery
- University of Vermont College of Medicine
- Medical Center Hospital of Vermont
- Fletcher Allen Health Care
- Pathology Fellowship
- Surgical Research Fellowship
Originally from Pennsylvania, Matt Conway attended University of Virginia as a graduate student, followed by UVM College of Medicine where he graduated in 1993. During surgical residency, Dr. Conway accepted a commission in the US Army Medical Reserve as a Captain and was sent overseas twice following 9/11. Dr. Conway was honorably discharged from service in 2005 as a Major.
For a decade, Dr. Conway was a volunteer at the Rutland Free Clinic where he held multiple positions including medical director. He currently serves on two area school boards, and served on the Rutland Regional Medical Center board for nine years. Dr. Conway is currently the Chief of Surgery, Rutland General Surgery.
Living in Mendon since coming to the Rutland area in 1999, he and his wife are raising four daughters. His interests include running, cross country skiing, history, hunting and his family. He is a member of the Mendon Fish and Game Club.
Teaching or Professional Positions
Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Vermont College of Medicine
Advanced Trauma Life Support
Advanced Trauma Operative Management
Fellow, American College of Surgery
Member, New England Surgical Society
Honors, Awards, etc.
- Commendation Medal 2003, 2004
- Bronze Star Medal 2002
- Combat Medical Badge 2002
- UVM College of Medicine Alumni Award 2007
- Barstow School Friend of Barstow Award 2009
Certified by the American Board of Surgery since 2001