Jillian Landeck, MD, grew up in Sister Bay, WI, a small town on the Door County peninsula. She earned her B.A. in Anthropology and International Development and an M.A. in Physical Anthropology at Tulane University. She has a medical degree from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and completed her residency at United Family Medicine Residency Program in St. Paul, MN. She joined the UW Department of Family Medicine as an Assistant Professor in September 2017. Dr. Landeck’s professional interests include full spectrum family medicine with obstetrical care, global health, and rural health. She is also board certified in addiction medicine and passionate about the care and prevention of substance use disorders in primary care.
Outside of work, Dr. Landeck has two children and enjoys baking, sailing, and gardening.