Matthew Hagan, MD*

Specialty: Plastic Surgery

We are pleased to introduce Matthew Hagan, MD, who is on our medical team as a visiting specialist. He specializes in plastic/reconstructive and cosmetic surgery and is board certified by the American Board of Surgery. 

As a physician, Dr. Hagan enjoys all aspects of medicine; however, he is passionate about plastic surgery because it allows him to work on so many areas of the body as a specialist. While he practices the full spectrum of plastic surgery, he was trained under leading experts in craniofacial surgery, aesthetic surgery, and reconstructive surgery. Working as a plastic surgeon, he deals with the repair, reconstruction, and replacement of physical defects. Additionally, he uses surgical procedures to address undesirable qualities patients wish to change.

Dr. Hagan’s patients describe him as caring, personable and a great listener. He is devoted to his patients and places them first. He does this by helping them get whatever they need, spending extra time in appointments, and always doing what he can to exceed their expectations. This helps him develop lasting and strong relationships with his patients.

He earned his Bachelor of Science in athletic training from the University of Florida in Gainesville, FL, and his Doctor of Medicine from Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. He completed his residency in general surgery at Temple University in Philadelphia and a fellowship in plastic surgery at the University of Illinois at Chicago Hospital in Chicago, IL.

Dr. Hagan is originally from Tampa, FL, and is married to his  wife, Erica, and they have two wonderful daughters. He enjoys spending time with his family and their English bulldog. His hobbies include traveling, snowboarding, and cheering on his favorite sports teams. 

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*This provider proudly participates in the Bingham Direct Program.

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