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Attention patients:

As your medical provider, your health is important to us. With that in mind, masks are still required for all patients and visitors while inside our clinics.

If you would prefer not to wear a mask, we will need to cancel your in-person appointment and reschedule you for a video visit.

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Meet our care team

Ryan Tyner, MD, FACS

David May, DO

Ping (Jeanne) Pan, MD

Mandip Joshi, MD

Elisha Salcido, PA-C

Patty Glasrud, MS, RD, CDE

Dianne Crowley, MS, RD

Laura Bowermaster, MPH, RDN, LD, CDCES

Ryan Tyner, MD, FACS, Chief Medical Officer

Prior to joining Optum, Dr. Tyner was an advanced laparoscopic and bariatric surgical attending physician at Wilford Hall Medical Center, where he also served as the Director / Officer in Charge of the center's Breast Cancer Center.  He also practiced at The University of Texas Health Sciences Center in San Antonio and the San Antonio Military Medical Center.


Dr. Tyner earned his Bachelor's degree in Chemistry at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska, and his medical degree at New York Medical College in Valhalla.  He completed his post-graduate residency at Wilford Hall, where he became board certified in General Surgery.  From there, Dr. Tyner went on to complete specialized training in Minimally Invasive and Bariatric Surgery, and was subsequently elected as a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS).


Dr. Tyner's professional associations include the American Medical Association and the American College of Surgeons.  He has also earned the Bronze Star Medal, the Army Commendation Medal, the Afghanistan Campaign Medal with Oak Leaf, and the NATO Service Medal with Oak Leaf for his service with the United States Military.


Dr. Tyner is a New Mexico native and is passionate about helping his community.  He believes that bariatric surgery provides patients with a new lease on life and a second chance for health.


Dr. Tyner also serves as Optum's Chief Medical Officer.  In that role, he is responsible for overseeing the group's 100+ medical providers, and as a result, his surgical availability is limited.  He still oversees the Bariatric Surgery program, but is no longer seeing new bariatric patients.  Dr. Tyner encourages new patients to schedule consultations with any of his talented partners--all of whom are fellowship trained in bariatric surgery.