Dr. Matthew Wolff, M.D.

Divine Savior Portage Clinic
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College/Medical School: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Residency: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Board Certification(s): ACLS: Airway / Life Support Cert, American Board of IM / Cardiovascular Disease: ABMS / AOA , Certification, American Board of IM / Interventional Cardiology: ABMS / AOA Certification, American Board of Internal Medicine:, ABMS / AOA Certification, BLS: Airway / Life Support Cert

Fellowship(s): Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Internship: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine


Divine Savior Portage Clinic
Suite 203, Portage Outreach Clinic


"I love cardiology because I can spend time with one patient discussing wellness choices, and later implant a life-saving stent in another patient experiencing a massive heart attack. I partner with my patients in health."


Medical Interests

Dr. Wolff specializes in ischemic heart disease and complex cardiovascular cases, including highly complex transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR). He has special interests in percutaneous therapies for valvular and structural heart disease as well as regenerative medicine stem cell therapy.

Along with a very active local and regional practice in interventional cardiology, Dr. Wolff serves on the National Interventional Cardiology Council of the American College of Cardiology and is the Chair of the National Institutes of Health Cardiovascular Diseases Small Business Special Emphasis Panel.

Medical Philosophy

Dr. Wolff ensures his patients understand all aspects of their condition, empowering them to be an active participant in their medical care. Dr. Wolff views himself as his patient’s employee – working hard to earn their respect by providing information, advice and the most advanced treatment options available.

For Dr. Wolff, it is important that his patients have 100% confidence in the decisions they have made together.

Personal Interests

In his free time, Dr. Wolff practices yoga and enjoys his 36-acre farm where he tends to a large organic garden, boards horses and restores native Wisconsin prairie.