Charl Mattheus started his academic career in 2003 as Associate Professor and Program Coordinator in the Golf and Turf Equipment Management Program at Florida Gateway College, Lake City, Florida. The position made him realize the importance of Academic Education when pursuing an academic career. He subsequently started his Bachelor of Science in Management and graduated with honors in 2007. Dr. Mattheus completed his MBA with Healthcare Management as his specialization field at Indiana Wesleyan University in August 2011 and his Doctor of Business Administration, DBA, Healthcare Management as his specialization field at Walden University July 2017. Dr. Mattheus Doctoral Research Study Dissertation topic is: Managerial intervention strategies to reduce patient no-show rates. He has been studying online since December 2005 and started teaching online in 2014.
Dr. Mattheus has held several managerial positions over the span of his career. He was the Academic Healthcare Administrator for the Division of Rheumatology and Clinical Immunology at the University of Florida -Health Science Center & Shands Academic Hospital from August 2009 to January 2015. In August, 2015 he start as Full Time Healthcare Administration Faculty at the University of Hawaii. Dr. Mattheus recently (8/1/2017) joined the Department of Kinesiology and Health Science, College of Health and Human Services, California State University in Sacramento, as a Full Time Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Health Care Administration. He enjoys teaching in a traditional classroom setting as well as online adult educational interaction. His field of specialization is business management and healthcare administration. Dr. Mattheus is also a Tenure Faculty Member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, ACHE.
- Mattheus, D. & Mattheus, C. (2014). Saving one smile at a time: Oral health promotion in pediatric primary care practice. Open Journal of Nursing. 4, 402-408. doi:10.4236/ojn.2014.46046
- Mattheus, C. (2017). Managerial intervention strategies to reduce patient no-show rates (Doctoral dissertation, Walden University).