Specializing in breast surgery, Dr. Laurie Flynn earned her medical degree from the University of Mississippi Medical Center and her bachelor’s degree from the University of Mississippi. She completed her residency in general surgery at the Baptist Health System of Alabama, where she served as chief resident, and her fellowship in breast surgical oncology at the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center; she then completed an intensive course in cancer risk assessment with the City of Hope.
Dr. Flynn has been appointed as a member of the Advancement of Wellness Advisory Council by Governor Kevin Stitt and approved by the OK State Department. Previously, she served as the surgical director at the Leta Chapman Breast Center, a cancer liaison physician at St. John Medical Center and the medical director for the St. John Breast Center. She is a member of eight various scientific and medical societies and has published and spoken on a variety of topics. Dr. Flynn has also been awarded The Breast Journal Award by the American Society of Breast Disease.
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Fellowship Breast Surgical Oncology
Baptist Health System of AL, Residency General Surgery
University of Mississippi Medical Center, Doctor of Medicine
University of Mississippi, Bachelor of Science
Licenses & Certifications
Licensed Physician in Oklahoma
Certified by the American Board of Surgery