I left a very successful orthopaedic practice in Madison, Wisconsin (one of America’s most desirable cities in which to live) to join this group over 20 years ago. My wife and I have never regretted the move and have been very content living and working in Wichita. There are many opportunities to be involved in cultural affairs such as the Wichita Symphony, Chamber Music at the Barn, The Wichita Art Museum and many others. We have enjoyed being members of the Wichita Chapter of the American Institute of Wine and Food and are enjoying a renaissance of fine dining opportunities that have opened up in Wichita the past few years. Although we love visiting New York, Chicago, Washington, and San Francisco, we plan to remain here in Wichita if and when I ever retire from my position at Via Christi Clinic.
George L. Lucas, MD Orthopedic Surgery/Hand and Microsurgery Joined Via Christi Clinic in 1984
Kiplinger’s named Wichita one of the Top 50 Places to Live in the U.S.