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Lt. Gov. teams with Ransom to expand his practice

By The Herald Staff | 10/23/2013

A politician who also happens to be a plastic surgeon has joined the ranks of medical professionals who are affiliated with Ransom Memorial Hospital.

Kansas Lt. Gov. Dr. Jeffrey W. Colyer, Overland Park, plans to open his office at the RMH Medical Arts Building, 1402 S. Main St., Ottawa, facility in November, Brenda Pfizenmaier, a hospital spokeswoman, said Wednesday. Few details were available Wednesday about Colyer’s new alliance with the hospital, 1301 S. Main St., Ottawa.

A politician who also happens to be a plastic surgeon has joined the ranks of medical professionals who are affiliated with Ransom Memorial Hospital.

Kansas Lt. Gov. Dr. Jeffrey W. Colyer, Overland Park, plans to open his office at the RMH Medical Arts Building, 1402 S. Main St., Ottawa, facility in November, Brenda Pfizenmaier, a hospital spokeswoman, said Wednesday. Few details were available Wednesday about Colyer’s new alliance with the hospital, 1301 S. Main St., Ottawa.

Colyer was traveling Wednesday and was unavailable for comment. Larry Felix, the hospital’s chief executive officer, also could not be reached Wednesday. But Pfizenmaier confirmed the plan is for Colyer to expand his practice to Ottawa next month. Residents will have an opportunity to meet Colyer during a reception 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Nov. 13 in the hospital’s conference room.

Republicans Gov. Sam Brownback and Colyer were elected to their gubernatorial positions in 2010.

Ransom Memorial Hospital’s new plastic surgery clinic plans to offer such services as minimally invasive facelift, facial reconstruction, body contouring, breast reconstruction after mastectomy, smart liposuction, skin cancer treatment, breast enhancement, hand reconstruction, cellulite treatment, scar revision and tummy tuck, according to hospital officials Wednesday.

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