Thomas L. Lyons,
M.D., M.S., FACOG
Dr. Lyons is considered a
surgical pioneer and has received numerous awards for
his breakthroughs in gynecologic surgery since 1980; he
authored the LSH procedure, or Laparoscopic
Supracervical Hysterectomy. He also developed the
Laparoscopic Burch procedure for stress urinary
Dr. Lyons received his masterís
degrees in Clinical and Biopsychology from the
University of Georgia in 1971. He received his medical
degree from the University of Colorado in 1977, where he
also completed his residency.
In the last three decades, Dr.
Lyons has also become known as an expert in the
diagnosis and treatment of endometriosis. He has
dedicated his career not only to womenís healthcare but
to the education & training of gynecologists,
particularly in the area of minimally invasive surgery.
Dr. Lyons is an avid golfer and
fisherman but mainly enjoys his grandson and other
family members. Dr. & Mrs. Lyons are on the board for
HERO for Children, Woodward Academy, and are active in
Relay for Life, the Colon Cancer Alliance and a number
of other charitable organizations.
Pancer, originally from New Jersey, has resided in the
Atlanta area since 1995. He joined Montreal OB/GYN in
1997. He has been on staff at DeKalb Medical since 1995
and is presently chairman of the department of OB/GYN.
Dr. Pancer attended
college at the University of Pennsylvania, medical
school at the University of Pittsburgh and then
residency at the Medical College of Virginia in
Dr. Pancer performs many
laparoscopic procedures including the da Vinci Robot,
for which he serves as a proctor for other physicians.
Dr. Pancer has been listed in Atlanta magazineís Top
Doctors issue for the last 5 years.
He lives with his wife Lauri and
their two children in Suwanee. He and his son are sports
addicts, both playing and watching. His daughter,
the older of the two, is an excellent dancer.
||Leslie Anne Pope,
Dr. Pope has been practicing
OB/GYN in the Atlanta area for over 25 years. She is on
staff at DeKalb Medical, where she also serves as the
medical director of the Cord Blood Donation program. Dr.
Pope is a past Chairman of DeKalb Medicalís department
Dr. Pope graduated from the
Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine and is board
certified in Family Practice and Obstetrics and
Gynecology. Passionate for lifelong learning, she has
earned an MBA from Kennesaw State University and is
currently enrolled in a certificate program at Columbia
Theological Seminary in Decatur.
Dr. Pope specializes in both
routine and high risk obstetrics and encourages
minimally invasive gynecologic surgery. She has also
started a medical weight loss program designed to help
her patients with weight issues.
When not working, you can find
Dr. Pope walking her two beagles, Connor and Coleman.
She also enjoys a vast range of music - from classical
to rock - and sings in her church choir. She is an avid
Elizabeth Kobe, D.O. joined
Montreal OB/GYN in 2007. Prior to that she was in a
group practice in Macomb, Michigan for 11 years.
She completed her OB/GYN residency in Saginaw, Michigan,
in 1996. She attended the College of
Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences in Des Moines,
Iowa. She has been board certified in Obstetrics and
Gynecology since 1999. She is the former consulting
gynecologist for the Agnes Scott College Student Health
Center. She is interested in routine and high risk
obstetrics and womenís health from adolescence to
She is married and has two
children, ages 12 and 17. She enjoys spending time with
her family, attending her childrenís sports and
extracurricular activities, and is active in her church
community. She also enjoys hiking, camping, traveling
and playing tennis.
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