Matos completed a one-year interventional cardiology fellowship and a three-year cardiology fellowship, both at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, Ill. (2005, 2001). He also has additional training in peripheral endovascular interventions, interpretation of vascular ultrasound and cardiovascular CT angiograms. He previously was on the staff at Sampson Memorial Medical Center in Clinton, N.C. (1997-2001), serving his last year as chief of internal medicine.
Matos completed his internal medicine residency at Loyola Medical School (1997). He completed a research fellowship and earned his medical degree from Pecs Medical University in Pecs, Hungary, (1993, 1992). He earned his bachelor’s degree in biology from King Stephen the First College in Kalocsa, Hungary (1986).
Matos is board certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular diseases and interventional cardiology. He is a member of the American Heart Association. His special interests include cardiac and peripheral vascular intervention.