University of Texas HSC Medical School, Houston, TX
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA
American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head andNeck Surgery (AAO-HNS)
American Board of Otolaryngology
Matthew Branch, MD is board certified in otolaryngology. He established ENT Specialists of Waxahachie at HealthTexas Provider Network. Dr. Branch attended medical school at University of Texas HSC Medical School in Houston, Texas. It was there he found an interest for otolaryngology and completed his residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His professional interests include general ENT. He has been involved in several publications and presentations focusing on these subjects. In his spare time he enjoys writing music, playing the guitar, running, hiking, climbing and traveling.
Patient comments are gathered from our Press Ganey Satisfaction Survey and are displayed in their entirety.Patients are de-identified for confidentiality and patient privacy.
Patient Comment 06/02/2017
Dr. Branch was concerned about my well being. He is a awesome doctor.
Patient Comment 05/24/2017
Dr. Branch was very thorough and gentle in the procedure.
Patient Comment 05/10/2017
In the maybe 3 minutes that he spoke with me, I don't think he actually listened to my old broken neck problems. He just looked in my ears and said he was going to send me to balance testing. And then I would come back and have my hearing tested. And no one even called me for the "balance testing". I went to a chiropractor and also had a lymphatic treatment to try to relieve my symptoms.
Patient Comment 05/01/2017
Patient Comment 04/10/2017
Would recommend the Doctor and his staff.
Patient Comment 03/10/2017
Would have preferred more info on any possible side effects or drug interactions with other medications, but care provider did answer the questions I knew enough to ask.
Patient Comment 02/10/2017
The Doctor was nice but the issues I have are I was referred to him by my PCP for ear issues. It's he seems he was more concerned about a quick fix instead of finding out the cause of my issue.