Dr Matthew Pincus graduated from the University of Qld and completed general cardiology training at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney, with an additional fellowship in heart failure/transplantation and two years of interventional fellowships at St Vincent’s and Prince of Wales Hospitals, Sydney.
Matthew has been an interventional and clinical cardiologist at the Prince Charles Hospital since 2007, director of the Prince Charles Hospital Coronary Care Unit from 2008-2013, is the cardiology representative on the Queensland Health Medicines Advisory Committee and Chair of the Prince Charles Hospital Drugs and Therapeutics Committee. He has been Senior Lecturer at The University of Queensland and an examiner for the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
While maintaining his public appointment, including regular indigenous outreach clinics in Western Queensland and The Gulf, he is consulting at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital and Rockhampton and performing interventions at St Andrew’s.
Matthew is a founding member of CardioVascular Clinics and is available for all general cardiology consultations as well as interventions.
* This physician is currently not participating in the Hope For Hearts program. This profile was created using publically available information.
Consultant CardiologistSt Andrew's War Memorial Hospital Present
Consultant CardiologistCardioVascular Clinics (CVC) Present
Director Coronary Care UnitPrince Charles Hospital 2008 - 2013
Senior LecturerUniversity of Queensland
Professional Memberships and Affiliations
Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP)
Queensland Health Medicines Advisory Committee
Chair of the Prince Charles Hospital Drugs and Therapeutics Committee