Mary Ellen Lyons, PA-C

Obstetrics and Gynecology

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Specialties
Obstetrics and Gynecology
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Area of focus ?
obstetrics and gynecology
Languages spoken
English

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About Mary Ellen Lyons

Philosophy of care

I am passionate about women's health issues. Sternly believe in the importance of preventative health screenings.

Why I entered medicine

 

 

I've always had a strong interest in community service and caring for others. I was also always interested in the sciences and medicine was great way to merge all my interests.

 

 

Personal interests

 

I enjoy reading, gardening and outdoor activities.

 

Education

Graduate
King's College, Bachelor Physician Assistant Studies, 1991

Undergraduate
Luzerne County Community College, AAS - Associate in Applied Science, 2007

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