Named one of the Bay Area’s most trusted physicians by San Francisco Magazine*, Dr. Lisa Dyer is a Board Certified OB/GYN who has lived and practiced on the Peninsula for twenty years. She brings a unique combination of compassion and expertise to the care of women at all stages of life.
An Integrative Approach to Women’s Health
Dr. Dyer believes in a holistic, integrative approach to patient care incorporating traditional, preventive and complementary medicine. She is trained in cutting-edge surgical solutions including advanced laparoscopic surgery and hysteroscopy, endometrial ablation as well as minimally invasive solutions to problems such as bleeding from fibroids, benign ovarian cysts, uterine polyps and heavy periods (menorrhagia). Dr. Dyer has extensive experience in menopause transition using both hormonal as well as non hormonal therapy. In addition to staying at the forefront of traditional medical practice, Dr. Dyer has studied mind/body medicine for many years and recognizes the importance that diet, exercise, meditation, prayer, guided imagery and other techniques play in maintaining and improving health. Dr. Dyer actively encourages her patients to participate in all decisions involving their health care and takes that time to educate them about choices and alternatives. As a breast cancer survivor herself, Dr. Dyer has deep empathy and understanding for the difficult journey of illness and treatment.
A Strong Commitment to Improving Health Care for the Peninsula Community
Dr. Dyer has played a leading role in the Peninsula’s health care community throughout her career. She has served as a member of the board of both Mills Peninsula Hospital (MPHS) and Mills Peninsula Medical Group for many years. In addition, she has served on numerous hospital governing and quality committees to optimize the quality of patient care. Dr. Dyer is a former Chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at MPHS and currently serves on the Physicians Philanthropy Committee.
About Dr. Lisa Dyer
A native Californian, Dr. Dyer attended UC Davis where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Physiology with Honors. She then obtained her Medical Degree and Masters in Public Health from Tulane University School of Medicine. Dr. Dyer continues to advance her medical training by reading extensively and attending a variety of post-graduate courses, most recently completing the Mind/Body Medicine course at Harvard Medical School’s Institute of Mind/Body Medicine.
*San Francisco Magazine, 2001