Dr. Matthew Bogard grew up near Omaha, Nebraska. During his time at Nebraska College of Medicine, he was selected to join the Advanced Rural Training Program, a four-year residency program that trains physicians to provide comprehensive full-spectrum medical care. During his residency, Dr. Bogard served on the Board of Directors of the Nebraska Academy of Family Physicians, was active with the Nebraska Medical Association, mentored multiple medical students and was honored by the Nebraska Legislature as “Family Physician of the Day.”
Dr. Bogard primarily practices Emergency Medicine. In addition to treating patients at the Lucas County Health Center, Dr. Matthew Bogard serves rural Iowans as a physician with Emergency Practice Associates in Waterloo. Furthermore, Dr. Matt Bogard is a staff physician at Nebraska’s IHS Winnebago Hospital.
In his free time, Dr. Bogard enjoys piloting his Piper Comanche. He also keeps active via running and bicycling.
Bachelor in Health Administration and Policy
Bachelor in Biology
Doctor of Medicine
University of Nebraska – College of Medicine
Served as Chief resident physician in the department of family medicine at the prestigious University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Advanced Rural Training Program
University of Nebraska Medical Center
James Leahy Award for Outstanding Medical Student in the Family Medicine department. As a member of the medical school's Delegates organization and Legislative Affairs Committee, Dr. Matthew Bogard became involved in the Nebraska Medical Association and Metro Omaha Medical Society.
Board Certified by the American Academy of Family Physicians
Board Certified by the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons
LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthewbogard/
Dr. Matthew Bogard practices Emergency Medicine in Omaha, Nebraska.