Suzanne Landis Center for Healthy Aging

The Suzanne Landis Center for Healthy Aging is an interdisciplinary collaboration that strives to have a measurable positive impact on the health, happiness, and safety of the aging residents of Western North Carolina.

Our Mission

The Suzanne Landis Center for Healthy Aging will serve as a respected community partner to propagate best practices for feasible and sustainable team-based care of older adults. The Center seeks to develop models that bridge clinical care with social services and engagement and which have a measurable, positive impact on the health, happiness, and safety of the aging residents of Western North Carolina.

Our Vision

We have identified three aims to help guide us in our goal to have a meaningful impact on the health, happiness, and safety of older adults in Western North Carolina:

  • Be the regional standard for geriatric education
  • Become a leader in linking clinical and aging services for older adults
  • Be innovators in clinical practice

The Center is co-directed by Tasha Woodall, PharmD, BCGP, CPP, and Will McLean, MD.

Tasha Woodall, PharmD
Co-Director

Will McLean, MD
Co-Director