Matthew Ellman is Professor of Medicine, Director of the Yale Internal Medicine Associates, Vice Chief for Clinical Affairs for the Section of General Internal Medicine at the Yale School of Medicine. He received his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and his M.D. from Harvard Medical School. He completed his Primary Care Internal Medicine Residency at New York University-Bellevue Hospital, followed by a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Programs at Yale. As a core member of the Clinical Skills Faculty at Yale, Dr. Ellman has developed a model longitudinal, integrated curriculum to teach palliative and end-of-life care skills to medical students. His educational passion and scholarly work focuses on assuring that all medical students graduates with the competency to care effectively and compassionately for patients with life-limiting and terminal illness.
|2017 David J. Leffell Prize for Clinical Excellence||Yale School of Medicine||2017|
|Connecticut Magazine Top Docs 2017||Connecticut Magazine||2017|
|Connecticut Magazine Top Docs 2016||Connecticut Magazine||2016|
|Connecticut Magazine Top Docs 2015||Connecticut Magazine||2015|
|Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award||Arnold P. Gold Foundation / Yale School of Medicine||2013|
|Fellow, American College of Physicians||2009|
|Annual Faculty Award for Achievement in Clinical Care, Department of Internal Medicine||Yale School of Medicine||2006|