Mathew Hallman, M.D., M.S., is a board certified critical care physician at Harborview Medical Center and a UW assistant professor of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine.
Dr. Hallman strives to provide high quality, evidence-based patient care to the critically ill and injured. He gets much satisfaction out of being part of this process and finding ways to make it better. He believes involving patients and their families in treatment decisions is an essential part of providing the highest-quality health care.
Dr. Hallman earned his M.S. from Georgetown University and his M.D. from the University of Minnesota. His clinical and research interests include medical education, traumatic brain injury, neurological critical care, spinal cord injury, care of the trauma victim and use of ultrasound in the perioperative and intensive care unit settings.
In his free time Dr. Hallman enjoys skiing, alpinism, sailing, running, biking, woodworking, gardening and spending time with family.
Education and Training
Univ. of Minnesota Medical School
Medical education, 2005
Stanford University Medical Center
Fellowship, Critical Care Medicine
Northwestern University Feinberg SOM
Northwestern Univ. Medical School
Internship, Internal Medicine
Critical Care Med. (Anes), 2010, American Board of Anesthesiology
Anesthesiology, 2010, American Board of Anesthesiology