Biography & Education

Biography
I truly enjoy the challenge of caring for cancer patients. A diagnosis of cancer can be overwhelming for a patient and their family. From the beginning we will review the diagnosis in detail, the treatment options, and the potential results of each option, including possible side effects. I enjoy seeing my patients over time, during the course of treatment, and in follow-up. Often it takes some time to understand the patient's priorities and wishes. As I physician I believe we should prioritize the patient's quality of life and listen to our patients and understand their desires and incorporate this into an individualized treatment plan. I strive to provide the best possible care to all of my patients.
Additional Information

Ph.D-University of Washington, Dept. of PathologyInternship: Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle WABS Physics- University of California, San Diego


 

Dr. Landis was voted "Top Doctors" in Seattle Metropolitan Magazine (2011, 2012, 2013)

Physicians, nurses and physician assistants in King, Kitsap and Snohomish counties nominated colleagues they would choose to treat themselves and their loved ones.

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Dr. Landis was voted "Top Doctors" in Seattle Magazine (2013)

Surveys were mailed to physicians in King, Pierce, Snohomish and Kitsap counties. The survey asked physicians to name the provider they would seek out or recommend to loved ones.

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Specialties
  • Oncology - Radiation
Education Background
Medical School University of Washington, School of Medicine, Seattle WA
Residency Harvard Medical School, Boston MA
Languages
  • English
Personal Interests
I enjoy all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer including hiking, kayaking, swimming, and gardening in the backyard. Nature for me provides balance and perspective. I also enjoy teaching and often lecture to visiting physicians, and students and residents in training.

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I truly enjoy the challenge of caring for cancer patients. A diagnosis of cancer can be overwhelming for a patient and their family. From the beginning we will review the diagnosis in detail, the treatment options, and the potential results of each option, including possible side effects. I enjoy seeing my patients over time, during the course of treatment, and in follow-up. Often it takes some time to understand the patient's priorities and wishes. As I physician I believe we should prioritize the patient's quality of life and listen to our patients and understand their desires and incorporate this into an individualized treatment plan. I strive to provide the best possible care to all of my patients.   

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