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Matt Clark, M.D.

Matt Clark MDMedical School: Florida State University College of Medicine
College: Florida State University
Hometown: Crestview, Florida

Matt Clark is from Northwest Florida and is proud to call the Sunshine State his home. It doesn't take long to learn that Matt loves the FSU Seminoles. This love grew during undergrad at FSU and continued when he stayed for medical school. Matt spent most of his free time in school at Camp Boggy Creek where he had the chance to learn from and invest in the best kids in the world. He continues to return to Boggy Creek yearly for the Best Party on Earth.

Matt moved to Nashville for Pediatric Residency and swiftly met his now wife, Amy. They were married in August of 2016 and recently became puppy parents to a beautiful goldendoodle named June. Matt is excited about serving as Chief Resident and looks forward to continuing to work to make this already excellent program even better.

Matt will start a Pediatric Hematology/Oncology fellowship at Vanderbilt in 2018 and is excited about anchoring down in Nashville for a while. When they aren't working, you can probably find Matt and Amy biking (safely) around town to get a cup of coffee, hanging out at McCabe Park, or cheering on the 'Noles.

Jaycelyn Holland, M.D.

Jaycelyn Holland MDMedical School: Vanderbilt University School of Medicine
College: Furman University
Hometown: Athens, Tennessee

Jaycelyn was born and raised in Athens, Tennessee in the beautiful foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. She attended college at Furman University, where she played rugby and spent her summers working at a summer camp in the Blue Ridge Mountains. She moved to Nashville to attend medical school after college, and, despite its lack of mountains, loved it so much she decided to stick around for residency!

Jaycelyn has loved her time as a member of the Vanderbilt Pediatrics family and is thrilled to be a part of it for another year. During her residency, she has been involved with development of a simulation curriculum to improve resident skills in caring for acutely ill patients. She has also enjoyed participating in intramural sports with her co-residents, especially flag football. She is interested in a career in pediatric emergency medicine following her chief year. Outside of residency, Jaycelyn enjoys travel, embroidery, and cheering for the greatest football team on the planet, the Florida Gators!

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