Matthew H. Scriven, MD

Matthew Scriven, MD

Matthew Scriven, MD

Matthew H. Scriven, MD

Years of Experience
Clinical Interests
Abdominal Wall Reconstruction, General Surgery including Gallbladder and Hernia Surgery, Hernia and Gallbladder, Robotics and Advanced Laparoscopic Foregut and Anti-Reflux surgery, Spinal Access Surgeries

13135 Route 50
Fairfax, VA 22033


8260 Willow Oaks Corporate Dr
Fairfax, VA 22031


About Matthew H. Scriven, MD

Dr. Matthew Scriven is a board-certified surgeon. He joined Inova Health System in 2020 and has been practicing since 2012. 

Read Dr. Scriven’s personal statement below

I was driven to be a surgeon because of my desire to have a career where I could have a direct, positive impact in people’s lives. I also wanted to be in an environment where I am constantly challenged and have the opportunity to continually learn.

I want each and every one of my patients to leave the office feeling well informed about their medical problem and the options available to them for treatment. If their treatment includes surgery, I want them to understand why they need surgery, how it will be performed, and what to expect during their recovery. The most important aspect of any surgery is to perform it safely, minimizing any risks for the patient. I love to stay on the cutting edge of surgical care and do so by talking with my colleagues all across the country, staying up to date with surgical journals, and attending conferences.

When I am not with my patients, I love to spend my time with my lovely wife and three beautiful daughters.


Top Docs, Washingtonian, 2020

Medical School
Georgetown University School of Medicine
Boston Medical Center
Training Specialty: General Surgery
6/25/2012 - 6/23/2017

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