Our physicians are experts and great people too!
Meet Landi Halloran, MD, the April 2016 Provider of the Month. Dr. Halloran is Board Certified in both adult internal medicine and pediatrics and joined the medical staff in 2008. She was born and raised in Michigan and attended
Western Michigan University on a full academic scholarship, graduating with degrees in dance and chemistry. She attended medical school at
Michigan State University, earning an M.D. at age 25. After four years of residency training in Flint, Michigan, she moved to Indiana and was in private practice for five years.
Dr. Halloran moved to Gillette eight years ago and lives right next door to her parents. She practiced as a hospitalist for eight years and is now at the Campbell County Medical Group Main Clinic practicing Internal Medicine.
Landi was a freshman in high school when she was diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease lymphoma (cancer). She will never forget undergoing chemotherapy and radiation and how it felt to lose all of her hair.
"Being a patient can be a frightening experience, I know that personally," she said. My job as a doctor is to help my patients feel more in control of their healthcare experience." Declared cancer free 23 years ago, she celebrates life every day.
Landi considers being a mother a complete blessing and has made every birthday cake for her children since her son was three years old. Bradley, now 18, graduates from Campbell County High School this year and Ella, 11, is a fifth-grader at
Conestoga Elementary School. Dr. Halloran and her children share a love of music. She plays flute in the
Gillette Community Band. Brad plays euphonium and will be studying euphonium performance on scholarship at the
University of North Texas in the fall. Ella plays the French horn.
Thank you Dr. Halloran, for providing our patients with excellent care.