Matthew L. Mancini, MD

General Surgeon, Professor of Surgery, Division Chief of General Surgery, Associate Program Director of MIS/ Bariatric Fellowship, Medical Director of Bariatric Program

4.8/5 (65 ratings) 7 comments

My relaxation is running, I love to cook on the weekends and a huge college sports enthusiast

Matthew L. Mancini MD

About Me

Gender: Male

Languages Spoken:
English

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I have been a part of an academic surgical practice for more than 20 years. I focus my practice on innovation and providing most up to date options for patients that gives them the best outcomes. My practice concentrates on minimally invasive and robotic surgery but I still offer a breath of general surgery procedures including weight loss surgery, endocrine and breast care.

Clinical Focus:
Minimally invasive general surgery, including Bariatric, hernia, endocrine, breast surgery

Specialties:
General Surgery

Education & Credentials

Schools

MD from Mercer University School of Medicine, BS from University of Notre Dame

Internships

University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine

Residencies

University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine

Board Certifications

American Board of Surgery since 1999

Organizations & Societies

Fellow of American College of Surgeons former president of Tennessee Medical Association and Knoxville Academy of Medicine Sages American Endocrine Society and Southeastern Surgical Congress

Bringing surgical innovation and technology to train the next generation of surgeons.
— Matthew L. Mancini

Where I See Patients

University Surgeons Associates

1934 Alcoa Hwy Ste D, #285Knoxville, TN 37920

Phone: (865) 305-9620

Fax: (865) 525-3460

Directions

University Bariatric Center

1934 Alcoa HwyBuilding D, Suite 285Knoxville, TN 37920

Phone: 865-305-9355 (WELL)

Directions
University Surgeons Associates, PC

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My Ratings & Reviews

overall experience

65 ratings

4.8

  • Likelihood of recommending this provider

    4.8

  • Provider explained things clearly

    4.7

  • Provider showed concern

    4.8

  • Provider included you in decisions

    4.8