Lorrie A Langdale M.D. Accepting new patients

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Cancer care (pancreas), Colorectal cancer care, Colorectal care, Critical care medicine, Esophageal cancer care, Esophageal surgery, General surgery, Hernia repair, Medical oncology




Lorrie Langdale, M.D., is chief of General Surgery and director of Surgical Intensive Care at the Seattle Veterans Administration Medical Center and a UW professor of surgery. She was awarded the John K. Stevenson award for resident teaching and has been listed in "The Best Doctors in America" for over 10 years. 

As a surgeon who has lived her entire career within the Veterans Administration, Dr. Langdale is dedicated to the care and welfare of our nation's veterans. She is in active clinical practice with considerable surgical expertise in a range of surgical areas, including endocrinology, oncology and gastrointestinal disease. 

Dr. Langdale trained at Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago and UC San Francisco. She is a fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and past president of the Seattle Surgical Society and Washington State chapter of the American College of Surgeons.

Personal Interests

Dr. Langdale enjoys gardening, Pilates/barre and music.
Univ. of Washington, School of Medicine

Medical education, 1979

Univ. of Calif. San Francisco

Fellowship, Surgery

Michael Reese Hospital & Med Ctr

Internship, Surgery

Michael Reese Hospital & Med Ctr

Residency, Surgery


Board Certifications
  • Surgical Critical Care, 1987, American Board of Surgery
  • Surgery, 1985, American Board of Surgery