Lisa Erlanger M.D. is a board-certified family physician. She practices primary care and consultive medicine at UW Hall Health Center on the UW Campus.
Dr. Erlanger works collaboratively with each patient to identify and address health and wellness concerns. She enjoys working with patients to build confidence in their bodies as they reach adulthood and when trust has been interrupted by mental or physical illness, trauma, or living in a non-mainstream body. She works with patients and their identified families over time and also sees patients in consultation.
Dr. Erlanger's clinical interests include eating disorder treatment and prevention, mental health, sexual well-being, mind-body medicine, and disabilities. She provides weight-inclusive, trauma-informed, and gender-affirming care for patients from any background. She enjoys providing care to college and graduate students as well as the community surrounding the UW.
Dr. Erlanger received her medical degree from Washington University in St. Louis. As a member of the UW School of Medicine faculty, she teaches in the Foundations of Clinical Medicine, Ecology of Health and Medicine, and Mind-Body Medicine courses.
Dr. Erlanger enjoys exploring the rich cultural experiences in Seattle, spending time with friends and walking her dog.