Dr. Weinlander is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Primary Care and Population Health. She is a seasoned family medicine physician with a passion for high quality primary care, medical education, primary care research and health care professional wellness.
She completed her medical training in Canada, medical school at Queens university and residency at McGill. She has long standing academic interests in patient and clinician wellness, women’s health and medical education. For the last 15 years she has been the Director for the Continuity of Care clerkship, recently transition to a new role as Director of Faculty Wellness for Primary Care and Population Health. She is co-founder and director of Stanford-CSI (Clinical Summer Internship) for premed undergrad and upper level high school students. She runs the annual McGann Women and Health Lecture Series which is open to medical students and undergrads for credit and to the general public.
Dr. Weinlander practices the full spectrum of primary care, from pediatrics to geriatrics. She also leads collaborative mind-body medicine skills visits for patients grappling with chronic disease and stressful lives, or who just want to explore the healing properties of these practices. She is LGBTQQI friendly. Speaks French and a tiny bit of German.