About Dr. Vanlandingham
When Dr. Vanlandingham's family relocated to Colorado during her childhood, it was the beginning of a lifelong relationship with this state. She grew up in Colorado Springs until relocating to Boulder for college. There, she attended the University of Colorado at Boulder and earned an undergraduate degree in International Affairs and Russian language. Though it seems a far cry from medicine, it was through the course of those four years that she made a transition from interest in diplomacy and policy to interest in how policy affects an individual. She concluded that the best place for her to use her skills was at the bedside, one-on-one, with patients. After several years of taking classes while working and volunteering, She began medical school at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and ultimately found a calling as a provider for women.
During her residency, Dr. Vanlandingham stood out as a natural educator, achieving numerous accolades for medical student education. She remains active in the University of Colorado's humanities curriculum for medical students and looks forward to continuing a life of clinical education with medical students and residents. She applies many of the same educational philosophies to her patient care, including open and clear communication, approachability, and joint decision making. She considers these the cornerstones of a trusting relationship with women and their families.
My approach to healing has always been to listen attentively, educate, and provide personalized care that helps the patient meet her goals.
When not at work, Dr. Vanlandingham enjoys running, yoga, hiking, skiing, healthy cooking, and nurturing relationships with friends and family. She is a voracious reader and devotes much of her free time to catching up on short stories and novels.
Dr. Vanlandingham offers a wide variety of obstetrical and GYNECOLOGICAL services
Education and Experience
Dr. Vanlandingham completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology with the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and had the opportunity to train at multiple hospitals in the Denver area. She encountered Dr. Goodman and the rest of the Mile High Ob/Gyn physicians during her second year of training and, very early on, felt a draw toward this group of doctors. She considers herself so lucky and honored to join them in serving the women of Colorado.
American Medical Association
American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
American Association of Gynecological Laparoscopists
Aurora-Adams County Medical Society
Colorado Medical Society