Lyda D. Pung, DO

Lyda D. Pung

Contact Information

  • Office 816-478-0220
  • After Hours 816-478-0220
  • Fax 816-795-3456

Specialties

Main Location

Independence Women’s Clinic
19550 East 39th Street
Suite 300
Independence, MO 64057
816-478-0220
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Hospital Affiliations

Centerpoint Medical Center
Centerpoint Ambulatory Surgery Center

About

Dr. Pung, an obstetrician-gynecologist and surgeon at Independence Women's Clinic, is committed to empowering and educating women regarding their health care and helping them to have the best quality of life. She was instantly drawn to the field of obstetrics and gynecology as a medical student during her clinical rotation years. From minor procedures to major surgeries and delivering babies, Dr. Pung is passionate about caring for a wide variety of women's health issues.

Dr. Pung accepts all major insurances. For more information, please visit our Insurance page.

Education

Residency: University of Missouri – Kansas City
Medical School: Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences

Languages Spoken

English

Certifications & Organizations

Kansas City Gynecological Society
Fellow of the Youngblood Society

Awards & Honors

Administrative Chief Resident 2017-2018
AAGL Outstanding Resident of Gynecology Endoscopy, Brenda J. Smith Award
Kansas City Gynecological Society Resident Research Award (2016)

  • Video Transcript

    Hi, I'm Dr. Lyda Pung. I'm an OB-GYN who practices with the Independence Women's Clinic located at Centerpoint Medical Center in Independence, Missouri.

    Every patient that comes in ultimately has a unique story. I think you have to listen well in order to treat well. Educating the patient is incredibly important to me. That's probably one of the more important things that I like to focus on when I see a patient.

    We are in a population that does present some higher-risk obstetric issues and we're comfortable dealing with that. I'm well-trained in robotic surgery and all of my partners are as well.

    Initially when I was in medical school I wanted to be a family physician because I liked continuity of care. Then I had my surgical rotation and I loved surgery. And when I eventually got to my very last rotation, which was my OB-GYN rotation, I realized that continuity of care and surgical procedures could be combined into one specialty and it was the perfect fit for me.

"As OB-GYNs, we have the opportunity to care for a patient throughout so many important milestones and discuss topics that are quite personal. I want to empower and educate women regarding their health care and help them to have the best quality of life."

Lyda D. Pung, DO