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“My focus as a doctor is to treat the whole patient: mind, body, and spirit. Members.MD allows me to do that by providing the time to sit down with patients and really listen without feeling rushed. It allows me to get back to what private practice should be, which is personalized and comprehensive. At Members.MD, my patients leave each visit knowing that I care about them personally because I was able to take the time to listen, answer all of their questions, and explain their results and treatment plans.”

                     - Dr. Matthew Bott

matthew bott, MD

Dr. Matthew Bott grew up in Lincoln, Nebraska and is a lifelong Husker football fan and a Creighton basketball fan. He trained in Family Medicine at Research Medical Center in Kansas City, and he lives in Elkhorn with his wife Kristi and their four children: Drake, Delaney, Audrey, and Amelia.

 

Dr. Bott believes that his training in Family Medicine is a perfect fit for Members.MD because every aspect of a person including their family, lifestyle, and community are considered when developing a personalized care plan. Dr. Bott is driven to provide the highest quality care that is personal, comprehensive, and continuous.

 

Holistic medicine is a form of healing that considers the whole person: body, mind, spirit, and emotions. Dr. Bott believes that a patient's health requires a holistic approach by addressing all aspects of their life. He is passionate about disease prevention and health promotion and finding unique ways to help his patients reach and maintain their goals.

 

For Dr. Bott, having time to really listen to patients, provide a thorough examination, explain test results, develop a detailed treatment plan, and answer all questions is the central factor in providing excellent care.

Medical Education:

  • Medical School: University of Nebraska Medical Center 2001

  • Residency: Family Medicine, Research Medical Center, Kansas City,

    MO – Chief Resident 2004

  • Certification: American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM) – Since

    2004.
    The ABFM requires its Diplomats to maintain certification through an ongoing process of continuing medical education, medical knowledge review, patient care oversight through chart audits, practice- based learning through quality improvement projects and re-taking the board certification examination every 10 years.

Private Care Services:

  • Holistic patient care with a focus on disease prevention and health promotion.

  • Personalized treatment plans and lifelong wellness plans that fit into the context of family, lifestyle, and community.

  • Provide primary care to whole families and supervise their care in the clinic, hospital, home, and work.

  • Manage complex and chronic health issues such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, weight loss, anxiety, depression, and others.

  • Individualized lab testing that monitor health risks down to the genetic level.

  • Detailed analysis of body composition to promote optimal health without the focus on weight or BMI.

  • When appropriate, offering Bio-Identical Hormone treatments that are guided, safe, and natural.

  • Planning for medical needs for domestic and international travel and providing care even when patients are away from home.