Monica Flynn, NP


Practices In: Joliet, Morris, New Lenox
Patients Seen: Adults

I believe in treat­ing the patient in a holis­tic man­ner. This includes learn­ing about the patient as an indi­vid­ual and work­ing with the patient to encour­age health pro­mo­tion and ill­ness pre­ven­tion. I also believe in under­stand­ing bar­ri­ers to main­tain­ing good health and help­ing my patients to over­come these barriers.

Feb­ru­ary is Amer­i­can Heart Month. In hon­or of this month, Duly Health and Care is offer­ing Coro­nary Cal­ci­um Score CT scans for $75. Heart scans are used to look for cal­ci­um deposits in the coro­nary arter­ies that can nar­row your arter­ies and increase your heart attack risk. Vis­it this page to learn more about these scans or call 630−545−7880 for more infor­ma­tion.

Expe­ri­enc­ing chest pain, heart pal­pi­ta­tions or hyper­ten­sion? Get answers the same day you are seen in an out­pa­tient set­ting. Vis­it our Car­diac Eval­u­a­tion Cen­ter page or call 630−286−5085 for more information. 

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Clinical Interests

Pre­ven­tion and treat­ment of car­dio­vas­cu­lar dis­ease, hyper­ten­sion, hyper­lipi­demia, and con­ges­tive heart failure.

Personal Interests

Spend­ing time with my fam­i­ly, friends, and two large dogs.

Saint Francis Medical Center College of Nursing Graduation Date: 2015 Degree: BSN
University of St. Francis Graduation Date: 2020 Degree: MSN


24-Hour Holter Monitoring, Ambulatory Rhythm Monitoring (Holter monitor, Event Monitor, and Patch Monitor), Cardiac Testing, CardioMEMS™, Coronary Interventions, Diagnostic Testing, Electrocardiogram (EKG), Heart Failure Clinic, Left Heart Catheterization, Peripheral Interventions, Peripheral Vascular Intervention, Pharmacologic Stress Testing, Right Heart Catheterization, WATCHMAN™


Critical Limb Ischemia, Women and Heart Disease