About Michael Flanagan, MD
Dr. M. Casey Flanagan, MD, FACC, is board certified in internal medicine, cardiology and advanced heart failure and transplant. In addition, he has a special interest in managing cardiogenic shock and critical care cardiology. Dr. Flanagan also serves as the Medical Director of Inova Sports Cardiology, a collaborative program between Inova Sports Medicine and Inova Heart and Vascular Institute, focused on the unique cardiovascular needs of competitive and recreational athletes.
Before joining Inova, Dr. Flanagan served as the medical director for the Heart Failure Clinics at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and Fort Belvoir Community Hospital and as the associate program director of the internal medicine residency at Walter Reed. As a military cardiologist, he focused on returning service members with cardiac disease to their duties and worked closely with athletes at the service academies.
Dr. Flanagan became interested in advanced heart failure because of the rapid technological advances that promise to help patients with heart failure. His goal is to help his patients return to full levels of activity following acute and chronic illnesses.
A native of Lancaster, PA, Dr. Flanagan currently resides in Washington, DC. He likes to exercise and spend time with his wife, daughter and five dogs in his spare time.
Blog Posts and Webcasts
Ask the Expert: Spring Back into Sports: What You Need to Know About Exercise and Your Heart. June 2021.
Inova's Sports Cardiology Program Supports a Safe Return to Exercise. June 2021.
Medical EducationTemple University School of Medicine 2004
Training Specialty: Internal Medicine
7/1/2004 - 06/30/2007
Training Specialty: Cardiology
7/1/2008 - 06/30/2011
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