Lynn Fisher, M.D.
Family & Community Medicine
Lynn Fisher, M.D., received his undergraduate degree in human biology from the University of Kansas in 1996 and his medical degree from KU School of Medicine-Wichita in 2001. He completed a family medicine residency at North Colorado Medical Center in 2004 in Greeley, Colorado. He practiced full-spectrum rural family medicine for 15 years in the towns of Great Bend and Plainville before joining the Department of Family and Community Medicine in 2019. He is currently the fourth-year rural preceptorship course director.
Dr. Fisher is involved in leadership through several health care organizations. He is currently on the board of the Kansas Academy of Family Physicians as an alternate delegate and is a past president. He is on the Kansas Hospital Association board, Kansas Healthcare Collaborative board, and the American Academy of Family Physicians Commission on Health of the Public and Science. He served for six years on the Kansas Medical Society Board of Trustees.