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Mitchell D Flurry, MD

Plastic Surgery
Provider group name: 
Via Christi Clinic Founders Circle
Address: 
1947 Founders' Circle
Wichita, KS 67206
Education: 
University of Texas Southwestern 2015 (Fellowship), Pennsylvania State University 2014 (Residency), University of Texas 2008 (Medical School)
Areas of interest within specialty: 
  • Deep Inferior Epigastric Perforator (DIEP) breast reconstruction
  • Transverse Upper Gracilis (TUG) flap
  • Profunda Artery Perforator (PAP) breast reconstruction
  • Facial aesthetic and reconstructive surgery
  • Blepharoplasty (eyelids)
  • Rhinoplasty (nose)
  • Arm and thigh lifts
  • Ear reshaping
  • Cosmetic/reconstructive scar revisions
  • Facial trauma repair (facial fractures)
  • Skin cancer excisions 
Year joined Via Christi: 
2015
Gender: 
M

Hometown: Austin, Texas

Why I chose this specialty: I chose plastic and reconstructive surgery for the variety. We treat patients from 2 days old to more than 100 years old and operate from head to toe. During residency, it was not uncommon to operate on one-year-old for a cleft lip, a 20-year-old for facial trauma, 40-year-old for breast cancer reconstruction, a 50-year-old for carpal tunnel syndrome, a 60-year-old for a cosmetic facelift and an 80-year-old for skin cancer all in the span of a few days. It also allows me to use my hands, not only to heal, but also in an artistic manner. 

Hobbies and interests: I love being outdoors — hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, boating (wake-boarding, skiing, skurfing and tubing), scuba, smoking meat and gardening. My wife and I love trying new restaurants. 

Volunteer activities: Operation Smile. My first trip was to India to treat a cleft lip and palate.

Latest accomplishment: Finishing the breast and microsurgery fellowship at UTSW. I spent a year focusing on mainly autologous breast reconstruction.

How I stay physically fit: Mainly by chasing my two very active kids. but I also try to get to the gym as much as possible.