Specialist in Diabetes and Endocrinology
Matthew Hollie, MD, is a board-certified endocrinologist with special interests in diabetes and diabetes management. His inspiration to pursue medicine came from his father who is also a physician. Chattanooga native, Dr. Hollie attended Southern Adventist University where he obtained his Bachelor of Art in biology. He moved to Georgia where he received his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia. Dr. Hollie completed his residency and endocrinology fellowship at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Dr. Hollie is committed to helping his patients understand the how and why behind their health issues. He believes that if his patients understand the why, then the relationship between doctor and patient will be smoother and lead to a solid partnership between patient and physician. Educating his patients on their health issues allows them to be active participants in the decision-making process.
When Dr. Hollie is not seeing patients, he enjoys spending time with his wife and son. He also enjoys playing basketball, soccer, and pickleball. A fun fact about Dr. Hollie is that he invented a sport called “vennis”, a mix between volleyball and tennis. Dr. Hollie is an avid lover of computers and electronic technology, and when he has free time, he enjoys building computers.
1726 Gunbarrel Road, Suite 100,
Chattanooga, TN 37421
Educating patients on their health issues allows them to be active participants in the decision-making process.
B.A. Biology | Southern Adventist University
M.D. | Medical College of Georgia
Residency | University of Alabama at Birmingham
They cover a lot of ground, diagnosing and treating conditions that affect your:
Your regular doctor can treat diabetes, but they might refer you to an endocrinologist when:
You can always ask to go to an endocrinologist, too, even though your doctor doesn’t suggest it first. When you see one, you’ll still need to visit your primary doctor as well. They’ll work together.