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Dr. Flynn graduated from the University of Notre Dame where she participated on the track team and was elected as Senior Class Secretary. She went on to Georgetown University School of Medicine where she excelled in extra-curricular and leadership roles including Class Vice President, member of the Committee on Students, and winner of the Sarah E. Stewart Leadership and String of Pearls Acting Intern Awards.
Dr. Flynn then completed her General Surgery Internship at Columbia University followed by Orthopaedic Surgery Residency at Cleveland Clinic. In Cleveland, she spent three years on the Residency Admissions Committee and was intricately involved in the application, interview, and match process. Following residency, Dr. Flynn elected to pursue fellowship-level training in Sports Orthopaedic Surgery at the world renowned American Sports Medicine Institute. She now practices Sports Orthopaedic Surgery in the suburbs of Chicago.
Undergraduate: University of Notre Dame
Medical School: Georgetown University School of Medicine
Residency: Orthopaedic Surgery - Cleveland Clinic
Fellowship: Sports Orthopaedic Surgery - American Sports Medicine Institute
Orthopaedic Sports Surgery
Dr. Flynn is the founding manager and lead instructor at Rise Nation - a fitness studio in Downtown Chicago.
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