Michael Warner MD is from Austin, TX. After completing his medical training, he joined Austin Pulmonary in 2016.
He graduated from Bowdoin College with a BA in Biochemistry in 2002, from Boston University School of Medicine with a MA in Medical Science in 2006, The University of Texas at Houston with a MD in 2010, and completed both his Internal Medicine Residency (2013) and his Pulmonary & Critical Care fellowship training (2016) at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C.
At Georgetown, he was recognized as the resident who epitomizes the ideals of empathy and excellence in critical care medicine (2013), and twice as the outstanding fellow in the department of medicine (2015, 2016). He is board certified in Internal Medicine (2013), Pulmonary Diseases (2015), and Critical Care Medicine (2016).
His clinical interests include management of COPD, Asthma, pleural diseases, thoracic malignancies, acute and chronic respiratory failure, mechanical ventilation, sepsis and shock syndromes, as well as medical student education. Some of the procedures he performs include bronchoscopy, endobronchial ultrasound, tunneled pleural catheter placement, and percutaneous tracheostomy.
He provides inpatient pulmonary and critical care consultative services at St. David’s South Austin Medical Center, St. David’s North Austin Medical Center, and Round Rock Medical Center, and his outpatient practice is located in the Austin Pulmonary South office.