Born and raised in Cincinnati, OH, Dr. Mattingly completed her undergraduate degree in biology at the University of Notre Dame before moving to upstate NY to attend medical school at the University of Rochester. After finishing her internal medicine residency at URMC, she worked as a member of the hospital medicine division at Strong Memorial for one year before pursuing a critical care fellowship here. Dr. Mattingly has been a member of the critical care faculty providing patient care services at Strong Memorial and Highland hospitals since she completed her training in 2011.
Dr. Mattingly has a particular interest in the education of residents and fellows, and has been an active participant in the hospital medicine division's subspecialty teaching service since its inception. She serves as Associate Program Director of the internal medicine critical care fellowship and will complete her Masters of Science in Health Professions Education degree in May of 2017. A member of the Society of Critical Care Medicine since 2009, she works to support that organization's Fundamentals of Critical Care Support course as both a local site director and a national committee member.
|Residency Graduate With Distinction In Research | University of Rochester, Research Project IM Clerkship Teaching
|Medical School Graduate With Distinction In Community Service | University of Rochester, Service Project UR Well Student Clinic
|Rudolph Angell Award | University of Rochester, Best Performance in Internal Medicine
|Alpha Omega Alpha | University of Rochester, Medical Student Honor Society
|Walle Nauta Award | University of Rochester, Best Academic Performance in Neuroscien
|Edward F. Adolph Award | University of Rochester, Best Academic Performance in Physiology
|Undergraduate magna cum laude | University of Notre Dame Science, Honors Program Graduate