Dr Matthew Dziegielewski graduated from Monash University Medical School in 2019, after initially completing a double degree in Biomedical Sciences and Sciences (Chemistry and Physiology majors), from which he graduated in 2015. In 2020 he commenced his internship and initial hospital years at Peninsula Health working at both Frankston and Rosebud hospitals, completing rotations in General Surgery, Rehabilitation, Obstetrics and Gynecology, General Medicine, COVID medicine and Aged care medicine along with many other specialties. He transitioned into General Practice in early 2022 as a GP registrar.
He has a keen interest in men’s health, veterans health, elderly care, palliative care, musculoskeletal/sports medicine and emergency medicine. He is happy to assist veterans and current serving military members with Department of Veterans Affairs claims and medical issues.
Matthew is well embedded into the local community, and has lived on the Mornington peninsula his entire life. He completed his secondary schooling at nearby Padua College and has been a member of several local sporting clubs throughout his youth.
Outside of medicine, he enjoys sports of all varieties with a particular interest in basketball, golf and football. You will find him most weekends on the golf course or watching his beloved Carlton with his fiancé Ashlee, and their two puppies, Billy and Obi by his side.
Dr. Dziegielewski is an independent medical practitioner consulting from Surrey Street Family Clinic.