Matthew Hann, MD

Interventional Cardiologist


Dr. Matthew C. Hann is a distinguished Interventional Cardiologist with a proven track record of excellence in patient care, research, and teaching. Board certified in Cardiovascular Diseases and Interventional Cardiology, his remarkable career includes training at the nation’s top medical schools and service in the armed forces. 

Dr. Hann’s journey in medicine began as an undergraduate at The Pennsylvania State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Premedicine with High Distinction. He continued his education at Georgetown University School of Medicine, obtaining his Doctor of Medicine degree. 

For Dr. Hann’s residency training, he joined the Internal Medicine Residency program at Keesler Medical Center as an active duty physician. He began honing his career specialization at Wilford Hall Medical Center at Lackland Air Force Base in a Cardiology Fellowship. 

Beginning in 2009, Dr. Hann began serving as a cardiologist in Keesler’s 81st Medical Group. He was deployed to Afghanistan in 2011 during Operation Enduring Freedom and also performed as a physician mentor during NATO Training Mission-Afghanistan. His honorable service earned him the Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, NATO Medal, and Afghanistan Medal. Dr. Hann currently serves as an Interventional Cardiologist in the United States Air Force Reserve.

In 2014, Dr. Hann continued to specialize his training with an Interventional Cardiologist Fellowship at Duke University Medical Center. After completing his fellowship, he returned to work at Keesler as an Interventional Cardiologist and as a Cardiology faculty member. 

Dr. Hann has taught and continues to teach as a clinical professor, receiving awards for his dedication to educating the next generation of healthcare professionals such as The John McClure, MD Outstanding Faculty Teacher (SAUSHEC Cardiology Fellowship Program), Teacher of the Year (Keesler Medical Center), Archie Hoffman Award (American College of Physicians), and Teaching Fellow of the Year (Wilford Hall Medical Center). 

Dr. Hann’s clinical interests lie in the treatment of complex coronary disease through the transradial approach. He specializes in percutaneous treatment of peripheral vascular disease, with a focus on R2P (Radial to Peripheral) techniques. 

Additionally, Dr. Hann is highly experienced in the implantation of pacemakers, defibrillators, and cardiac resynchronization devices, with a particular emphasis on leadless pacing technologies. His commitment to advancing medical technology is evident through his role as a Physician Consultant for Medtronic Leadless Pacemaker Technologies. 

Dr. Hann remains at the forefront of cardiology advancements, contributing to research and innovation in the field. 



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