Matthew B. Carey

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Internal Medicine
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Matthew Barton Carey, M.D. joined the Psychiatry faculty at the University of Kansas Medical Center in December of 2012. He received his M.D. degree from the University of Kansas School of Medicine in May of 2003, and completed his residency training in the combined Internal Medicine/Psychiatry residency training program at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in June of 2008. During his fifth year of residency, he served as the chief resident of the combined program, and was recognized twice by the University of Iowa as an "Above and Beyond" award recipient, given for excellence and compassion in patient care. He graduated with honors from the University of Kansas in 1998 with Bachelor of Arts degrees in Biology and Anthropology. His interests in medicine include identification and treatment of psychiatric illness in the context of medical infirmity, with particular interest in mental illness in the context of Hepatitis C and human immunodeficiency virus infection. Avocational interests include hiking/backpacking, contemporary literature and film, and sociocultural anthropology as it applies to the reification and legitimization of medical knowledge across cultures.

Dr. Carey is board certified in General Internal Medicine and Adult Psychiatry, and holds a joint appointment as Assistant Professor of both Psychiatry and Internal Medicine at KUMC. Dr. Carey supervises resident trainees on the Psychiatry Consultation service, as well as in the adult outpatient psychiatry clinic at KUMC.

Last modified: Jun 25, 2013


Matthew B. Carey
Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Internal Medicine

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