Dr. Flick graduated Magna Cum Laude from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California with a BS in biology where he was heavily involved in high school and university level tutoring. He then moved to Chiang Mai, Thailand where he worked as a high school mathematics teacher at an international baccalaureate school. In the two years prior to starting medical school, he volunteered in seven different countries throughout Asia with international medical aid programs. Dr. Flick attended medical school at UC Irvine after receiving the Army health professions scholarship. He served on the admissions committee for four years including working on the selection committee board. He completed a family medicine residency program in Oahu, HI and served on the residency admissions committee. He is board certified in family medicine and now works as a flight surgeon for the Army.
BS- Loyola Marymount
MD- University of California, Irvine School of Medicine
Tripler Army Medical Center
Dr. Flick once spent over a month living with the Samburu tribe in Kenya, Africa. Without electricity or running water, Dr. Flick lived in a hut and herded goats as a member of the tribe.
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