The Family Clinic
Traditional Family Medicine
501 Hospital Road Starkville, MS 39759
Monday-Friday 8:00 am-5:00 pm
Lab opens 8:15
Closed for staff meetings Thursdays from 8-9am
IF YOU NEED AN APPOINTMENT PLEASE CALL AHEAD
Call Us: 662.323.3162
Emily B. Landrum, M.D.
Dr. Emily Brandon Landrum is a native of Starkville, MS. She began working at The Family Clinic 15 years ago as a file clerk and went on to learn many of the job positions of the front office. She graduated from Starkville High School in 2007 where she played tennis and was active in theatre arts, all while continuing to work after school at The Family Clinic. She went on to Millsaps College where she graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor's Degree in Biology. She was active in Chi Omega and volunteered her summers as a lifeguard at Camp Bratton Green. During her junior year of college she applied for and was awarded the Mississippi Rural Physicians Scholarship, a scholarship to promote return to practice in rural Mississippi.
Dr. Landrum completed her medical school education at University of Mississippi Medical Center Medical School in Jackson, MS. During medical school she was active in numerous extracurricular activities and organizations including: The Family Medicine Interest Group; The Jackson Free Clinic; Mississippi Academy of Family Physicians; Mississippi Medical Association; and Literi Medicus. She served as a board member of The Jackson Free Clinic for 3 years and was the founder of "Jammin' for the JFC," a lip-sync fundraiser sponsored by The Family Medicine Interest Group. She attended numerous medical society meetings where she advocated for important changes in healthcare. She was inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society and received multiple other scholarships and awards during her time at UMMC.
After completion of medical school in 2015 she began her Family Medicine residency training at North Mississippi Medical Center in Tupelo, MS. She was awarded the AAFP Foundation Senior Immunization Grant which allowed her to research and promote influenza and pneumococcal immunizations. Dr. Landrum was elected by her peers to serve as Chief Resident during her third year of training and was subsequently awarded the J. Edward Hill Art Of Medicine Award upon the completion of her training. Dr. Landrum returned to The Family Clinic in July 2018 and is the third generation of family physicians in the practice founded by her grandfather in 1954.
She is board certified in Family Medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine and is an active member of the Mississippi Academy of Family Physicians and Mississippi State Medical Association. She has special interests in preventative care, women's health and diabetes management. Dr. Landrum is thrilled to return to Starkville and have the opportunity to care for members of the community she grew up in.