Frank C. Lyons, MD
His family includes his wife Jan Ferguson Lyons, 2 daughters, their husbands and 7 grandchildren. Through Jan’s efforts and leadership we established Lyons Ranch, a registered Angus operation here in the Flint Hills of Kansas. Lyons Ranch is a 3 generation cattle operation which has received many seedstock, environmental and stewardship awards. Both daughters, their husbands and 7 grandchildren are in the cattle business.
I look forward to the opportunity to continue to provide compassionate, professional care to patients by specializing in Regenerative Medicine.
Upon completion he received certification from the American Board of Radiology. He was named Chief of the Department of Radiology at Irwin Army Hospital, Ft. Riley, KS. He achieved the rank of Major during his 6 year service to the US Army. In January 1977 he joined Manhattan Radiology. During his 35 years the practice of Radiology in Manhattan Frank helped expand the practice to a regional imaging center.
The practice grew to include diagnostic plain film imaging, digital imaging, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, mammography, CT scanning, CT guided biopsy, body, neuro and musculoskeletal MRI, arteriography, interventional procedures, diagnostic and therapeutic joint injections. Frank was involved in helping the Radiology practice to expand from Manhattan to include surrounding hospitals within a 100 mile. During this time Frank served as president of the hospital Medical Staff on 2, president of the Manhattan Medical Center, chairman of the hospital Credentialing Committee and participated in numerous medical and community organizations.