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Matthew Alan Hornick, MD

Pediatric Surgery
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Patient type treated
Child
Accepting new patients
Yes
Referral required
Not Applicable
Board Certified in
Surgery General

Biography

Matthew Hornick, MD, is a pediatric surgeon who treats a broad array of conditions in patients ranging in age from newborns to young adults. He feels very fortunate to have the opportunity to treat surgical problems in children, and as a father of two boys, understands that there is nothing more important to parents than their children’s health and well-being. His primary goal is to provide his patients with the same level of care that he would want and expect for his own children.

Dr. Hornick earned his medical degree at Yale and completed his General Surgery training at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. As a research fellow at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, he contributed to the development of an “artificial placenta” model to support extremely premature babies. Following residency, he completed his clinical fellowship in Pediatric Surgery at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Titles

  • Assistant Professor of Surgery (Pediatrics)

Education & Training

  • Fellowship
    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (2020)
  • Residency
    Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (2018)
  • MD
    Yale School of Medicine

Additional Information

Biography

Matthew Hornick, MD, is a pediatric surgeon who treats a broad array of conditions in patients ranging in age from newborns to young adults. He feels very fortunate to have the opportunity to treat surgical problems in children, and as a father of two boys, understands that there is nothing more important to parents than their children’s health and well-being. His primary goal is to provide his patients with the same level of care that he would want and expect for his own children.

Dr. Hornick earned his medical degree at Yale and completed his General Surgery training at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. As a research fellow at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, he contributed to the development of an “artificial placenta” model to support extremely premature babies. Following residency, he completed his clinical fellowship in Pediatric Surgery at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.

Titles

  • Assistant Professor of Surgery (Pediatrics)

Education & Training

  • Fellowship
    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (2020)
  • Residency
    Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (2018)
  • MD
    Yale School of Medicine

Additional Information