Thomas J. Flannery, M.D. has joined the Wellington, Florida location of the Borland-Groover Clinic. A board certified Gastroenterologist, Dr. Flannery treats digestive system and liver medical conditions and diseases.
Online PR News – 05-September-2012 – Wellington, FL – Borland-Groover Clinic, headquartered in Jacksonville with nearly 50 locations throughout Florida's east coast, specializes in gastroenterology, hepatology, and endoscopic procedures. All Borland-Groover physicians are highly trained and well respected specialists in their fields. Annually, Borland-Groover physicians and staff provide care to almost 105,000 patients with digestive disorders and conditions that include Inflammatory Bowel Disease, liver disease including Hepatitis, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Reflux Acid Disease, and esophageal disorders.
Dr. Flannery was certified in 1977 as a Diplomate in Internal Medicine, and received his board certification in Gastroenterology in 1981. He has been in practice in Palm Beach County for the past five years. Before coming to Florida, he was associated with the Guthrie Clinic in Corning, New York.
A graduate of Fordham College and New York Medical College, Dr. Flannery received his postgraduate clinical training at St. Vincent's Hospital and Medical Center in Manhattan, New York.
His GI Fellowship was served in Providence, Rhode Island in the Brown University Combined Hospital Program. He received an MBA from Northeastern University in Boston.
Founded in 1947, Borland-Groover Clinic has grown into the largest gastroenterology clinic in the Southeast, and is committed to utilizing only state-of-the art equipment by highly trained support staff in an environment of service excellence and quality care.
The clinic coordinates free medical treatment through a volunteer network, We Care Jacksonville, so no one in need goes without care. Borland-Groover Clinic is known for its civic involvement in the cities and towns it serves in Florida.
Borland-Groover Clinic has been active in both internal and external funded research programs for over a decade, and the clinic's mission is to provide a basis of understanding and treating medical illnesses. Several of the principal investigators came to Borland-Groover after having vibrant academic careers in basic and clinical research. Many investigators have been lead authors in cutting edge manuscripts in scientific journals.
More information about Dr. Flannery and Borland-Groover Clinic is available at http://www.borland-groover.com or by calling 866-268-3297 outside of the Jacksonville area or 904-398-7205 in Jacksonville.
Borland-Groover Clinic has grown into the largest florida gastroenterology clinic in the Southeast.