About Lisa Beyer, PA-C

Lisa's schedule:
Monday - Friday: Boston

Lisa works in an innovative role created to enhance inpatient care/service coordination. As responding clinician during this day-evening transition period, she provides seamless coverage for the Orthopaedic department and safe hand-off to the night resident. Lisa’s daily service assignment varies depending upon the number of patients per orthopaedic service.

Lisa initially worked in the Orthopaedic Spine Center for 14 years, then transitioned to a pioneering role with the Mass General Fracture Liaison Service in a collaborative endeavor with Endocrine Associates, Orthopaedic Trauma and Geriatrics. In this role, the primary focus was to educate and treat patients with fragility (osteoporotic) fractures with the goal of helping to reduce the chance of further fragility fractures.

Lisa is very enthusiastic about incorporating lifestyle modifications in caring for patients to help promote optimal healing and a return to quality of life; these modalities include a focus on a positive mindset, good nutrition, stress reduction techniques and engaging in physical exercise on a regular basis.




Mass General - Boston

Medical Education

  • PA, Weill Cornell Medical College
  • BS in Biology, McGill University