Mark R. Laflamme, M.D., is an experienced health professional either working in, being educated or teaching medicine for over 30 years. He first began his career as a certified phlebotomist, eventually performing thousands of venipunctures.
After completing his Master’s in Medical/Dental Sciences at Boston University SOM, he worked under the Director of Home Draw Services at Quest (formerly MetPath).
He left the country to Grenada, West Indies to attend and graduate as an international medical graduate (IMG) from St. George’s University SOM. He immediately went into his residency in Internal Medicine at SUNY Stony Brook.
From residency, he was accepted & completed his fellowship in Medical Informatics at the Regenstrief Institute while receiving his Master’s in Clinical Research. He has had multiple publications and presented at the Society of General Internal Medicine, the National Institutes of Health and the National Library of Medicine.
In 2006, Dr. Laflamme was hired by NextGen HealthCare as a part of their new Physician Resource team to be directly involved in the electronic transformation of practices all over the USA.
Dr. Laflamme has served as medical director & physician champion for the growth of personal injury (PIP) clinics. He has been involved with the development of non-surgical knee programs for strengthening and rehabilitation.
He became more clinically diverse with addiction medicine, aesthetic medicine, light based devices (LASER, IPL) and injection therapies (joint injections, trigger point, IV therapies, PRP).
Dr. Laflamme has also been involved in peer review and disability exams for the state of Florida, the Department of Workers’ Comp for the state of California (QME), and our Veteran population (DBQs). He also has participated in the development and editing of medically relevant articles and documents for healthcare related websites.
His goal is to become a physician leader in the world in clinical informatics. He presently resides in Tampa, Florida, and still remains a die-hard Boston Bruins fan.