Alan Flanigan, MD, MA
Dr. Flanigan earned his medical degree in May 2002 from the Medical College of Virginia Richmond, VA. He completed an internship at the Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth, VA, and Flight Surgeon Training at the Naval Aerospace Medicine Institute in Pensacola, FL. After completing his service as a US Navy Flight Surgeon, he completed his emergency medicine residency in 2010 at the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY and completed an EMS Fellowship at the University of Cincinnati, before joining USACS in 2011.
Dr. Flanigan worked as core staff at Mercy Anderson until he deployed in 2013 as the Department Head of the Emergency Department in the NATO Role 3 Medical Unit in Kandahar, Afghanistan. When he returned he briefly worked as a Firefighter when Mercy Springfield was acquired by USACS but returned to Mercy Anderson. In November 2015, with the acquisition of six more sites in greater Cincinnati, he became the Medical Director at the free-standing Mercy Medical Center- Mt. Orab. Wanting to work at more than one site, Dr. Flanigan returned to a core clinical staff position, working at all of the Cincinnati sites until rejoining the Firefighter program in July 2017. Upon returning to the Firefighter’s, Dr. Flanigan was sent to Catholic Medical Center, Manchester, NH, where, on 1 January 2018, he assumed the role of Medical Director.
Outside of the USACS, Dr. Flanigan is a Commander in the United States Navy Reserves assigned as the Officer-In-Charge of the Miami Detachment of Surgical Company Bravo, 4th Medical Battalion, United States Marine Corps. Since 2010 he has served as a Medical Team Manager for FEMA’s Ohio Task Force-1-Urban Search and Rescue Team and has served as the Medical Director for five fire departments in the greater Cincinnati region.