Patrick Joseph Flaherty III, DO

Specializes in

Coronary Interventions Peripheral Interventions
Patrick Joseph Flaherty III, DO

Dr. Patrick Joseph Flaherty is an interventional cardiologist, board-certified in cardiovascular medicine. Described as personable and attentive by his patients, Dr. Flaherty is committed to providing patient-centered care. His interests involve all aspects of diagnostic and interventional cardiology, including coronary and peripheral angiography/intervention, nuclear cardiology, echocardiography and CT angiography.

Dr. Joseph Flaherty

Dr. Flaherty served three years as a staff cardiologist at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu, where he was director of cardiology education for the internal medicine residency program. He completed a fellowship in cardiovascular medicine at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. and a residency in internal medicine at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio. Prior to graduating from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, he received a bachelor’s degree from Miami University.

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What patients are saying about Dr. Flaherty:

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“He did an awesome job keeping my father in our lives…”

“If you need a great heart doctor, Dr. Flaherty is the best.”

“Dr. Flaherty is no. 1 in my book. He’s the greatest cardiologist…love him and thankful for him! God has gifted him tremendously!”

Dr. Flaherty in the news:

Dr. Flaherty reacts to trending heart health videos in the Docs React series.

Dr. Flaherty talks about heart health in Heart to Heart Facebook live panel.

How do haunted houses impact your heart? Dr. Flaherty explains.

Dr. Flaherty talks with THV11 about how men can prioritize and better their heart health

Dr. Flaherty answers questions on heart failure, AFIB, heart disease symptoms and more on Heart to Heart Facebook Live Panel: Fact or Fiction.