Matthew Weigand
Matthew Weigand Emergency Physician at Baylor Scott & White Health

Matthew Weigand is an accomplished Emergency Physician currently working at Baylor Scott & White Health in the Austin, Texas Metropolitan Area, having started his tenure there in January 2016. Dr. Weigand has extensive experience in the field of emergency medicine, beginning with his position as an Emergency Medicine Resident at the Henry Ford Health System and later as an Emergency Physician at the Metroplex Hospital.

Having attained his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree from Touro University Nevada in 2010, Matthew Weigand built a career demonstrating his skills in Medicine and Emergency Medicine. Prior to his career in medicine, Dr.Weigand worked as a Fisheries Biology Technician at the US Forest Service and Senate Attache at the Idaho State Senate. Completing his education at Boise State University in 2006 , he practiced as a Traditional Rotating Intern at the Henry Ford Health System before transitioning to more specialized roles. Over the years, Dr. Weigand has connected with over 333 professionals on LinkedIn, furthering his network in the healthcare industry.

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Full name
Matthew Weigand
Austin, Texas Metropolitan Area
Emergency Physician
Baylor Scott & White Health (since 2016)
Hospitals and Health Care
LinkedIn Connections
Medicine Emergency Medicine


Touro University Nevada
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
Attended in 2006 - 2010
Field of study: Medicine/Osteopathic Medicine
Boise State University
Attended in 2004 - 2006


Baylor Scott & White Health
Round Rock, Texas
Emergency Physician
Jan 2016 - Present
Metroplex Hospital
Emergency Physician
May 2015 - Jan 2016
Henry Ford Health System
Jul 2011 - Dec 2014 · 3 yrs 6 mos
Emergency Medicine Resident
Jul 2011 - Dec 2014
Henry Ford Health System
Jul 2011 - Dec 2014 · 3 yrs 6 mos
Traditional Rotating Intern
Jun 2010 - Jun 2011
US Forest Service
Boise, Idaho Area
Fisheries Biology Technician
May 2005 - Oct 2005
Idaho State Senate
Boise, Idaho Area
Senate Attache
Jan 2005 - Apr 2005