Chief of Oncology
Matt Manning, MD is the chief of oncology for Cone Health. Manning collaborates with physicians, leaders and community stakeholders to ensure high-quality care across Cone Health Cancer Centers.
Manning joined Cone Health in 2001 as a radiation oncologist. He became the medical director of radiation oncology in 2015 focusing on safety, research and innovation. He has served on the medical executive committee and as chief of the oncology division for Triad Healthcare Network.
Manning completed his medical degree and residency at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. He is board certified in radiation oncology and was named an ASTRO Fellow (American Society for Radiation Oncology) for his contributions to the specialty.
Manning is a graduate of the Center for Creative Leadership Physician Leadership Academy. He has completed the physician leadership program with Health Management Academy.
Manning served as president of the Greater Greensboro Society of Medicine in 2014. He is a member of the Greensboro Health Disparities Collaborative.