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Matthew Campbell, MD, FACS

Matthew Campbell, MD, FACS

Cardiothoracic Surgery

Physician Spotlight

  • Education

  • Hahnemann University School of Medicine
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Internship

  • Eastern Virginia Medical School
    Norfolk, Virginia

Matthew Campbell, MD, is the chief cardiothoracic surgeon at Health First's Holmes Regional Medical Center. He specializes in minimally invasive valve repair and replacement and is board certified by the American Board of General Surgery, the American Board of Thoracic Surgery and the American Board of Vascular Surgery. He is trained in MitraClip procedures, transcatheter aortic valve replacement, coronary artery bypass surgery, aortic aneurysm surgery (both endovascular and open) and robotic lung cancer and mediastinal tumor resections.

Dr. Campbell earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and his Doctor of Medicine at Hahnemann University School of Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. He completed a general surgery internship and residency at Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia, where he was awarded the Pfizer Outstanding Chief Resident and John Baker Outstanding Senior Resident awards. He completed a fellowship in cardiothoracic surgery at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia, and a fellowship in vascular/endovascular surgery at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Practice Information

  • Fellowship

  • Cardiac and Thoracic Surgery
    University of Virginia
  • Vascular Surgery
    University of Michigan
  • Board Certification

  • American Board of General Surgery
  • American Board of Vascular Surgery
  • American Board of Thoracic Surgery

Office Location

  • Health First's Holmes Regional Medical Center
    Heart Center Lobby
  • 1350 S. Hickory St.
    Suite 102
    Melbourne, FL 32901
  • Phone: 321.434.3455
  • Fax: 321.434.3456


New patients should arrive at least 15 minutes before their scheduled appointments to complete all paperwork. They should bring their insurance cards, a government-issued photo ID, and lists of their medicines and any prior operations. Co-pays and any outstanding balances are due at the time of each visit. Generally, operations or procedures won't take place on the first visit.


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