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Capt. Mark Flynn, M.D. ’93

When it comes to serving the needs of the nation’s military, family medicine is the backbone of health care.

Capt. Mark Flynn, M.D. ’93

Capt. Mark Flynn, M.D. ’93

U.S. Navy physician practices family medicine

School of Medicine


In 2005, Dr. Flynn was offered a residency faculty position at the naval hospital at Camp Pendleton in California, the largest U.S. Marine Corps base on the West Coast, where he now provides care for the families of 45,000 Marines. He became the residency program director in 2009. Next year, he will reach the milestone of having served in the Navy for 20 years. “I call our training ‘old-time family medicine,’ and I try to instill that view as program director,” he says. Dr. Flynn also serves as vice president of the Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians, a chapter of the American Academy of Family Physicians.

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