Dr. Falck is a graduate of Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Virginia. She completed residency in Emergency Medicine at Loma Linda University Medical Center and served as Chief Resident during her third year. She is Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and is a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. Before moving to Northern California, she practiced Emergency Medicine in Southern California working as an Associate Clinical Professor at the UC Irvine Residency Program. She holds a Volunteer Clinical Faculty appointment at University of California, Davis School of Medicine and advises their Christian Medical Fellowship student group. She has served as a community adviser for the medical students, as a preceptor for the Bayanihan student-run clinic, and teaches Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS).
Dr. Falck is committed to short-term medical mission work, global health, mentoring of students, and ministry with the Christian Medical and Dental Association. She has served on medical teams to Fiji, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Papua New Guinea, and the Solomon Islands. In 2014 she completed a diploma program in travel and tropical medicine through West Virginia University and earned the Certification in Tropical Medicine through the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. She has been a member of the Christian Medical & Dental Association since 1991, and has served in many capacities and is actively involved with the Sacramento Area chapter. She is married to Troy, who also works as an Emergency Medicine physician and they have one daughter.