Michael Langan MD

seniorhealthlanganprofileDr. Langan received his Medical degree from Oregon Health Sciences University in 1993, and he did his residency at St. Vincent Hospital and Medical Center in Portland Oregon. After completing his fellowship at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Langan did a yearlong fellowship at Mass. General Hospital. He was Board Certified in Internal Medicine in Internal Medicine in 1996 and Geriatric Medicine in 1998 at which time he began working as a Primary Care Physician at MGH Senior Health.

He worked as a Staff Physician at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital from 1996 to 2007 where he taught and mentored medical students and residents on the neurology, orthopedic, and transitional care units. He is currently on staff at Eastpointe and Lighthouse Skilled nursing facilities.

Geriatric pharmacology, medication review, the prevention of adverse drug events, dementia , and computerized medical records are among Dr. Langan’s primary research interests. He received the Edward Henderson Student Award from the American Geriatrics Society and has been awarded the Department of Health and Human Services' Certificate of Merit for Innovations in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention.

Dr. Langan is a member of several local and national professional societies. He lives in Brookline with his wife Dione and his three daughters Isabella, Nina, and Josephine. He enjoys mountain biking and skateboarding in his free time.

"I grew up with my great-grandparents around, and I knew I wanted to care for the elderly since I was 13-years-old. That interest never changed throughout high school, college, or my medical training."

~Dr. Michael Langan