Frances Landrum, FNP‐C
Post: Nurse Practitioner
Experience: 10 years as a Nurse Practitioner, 15 years as a Registered Nurse
Qualification: Board Certified by the AANP for Family Nurse Practitioner
Frances Landrum, fondly referred to as “Fran”, joined SEPCS in 2016. She is originally from Fayetteville, GA and graduated from the local high school. She attended the University of Georgia for a pre-professional microbiology degree. During college, she met her husband and got married. While working at Southern Regional's ER, she realized that she enjoyed watching the nurses at work and wanted to join them.
She wanted to be part of a team that helped provide compassionate care for those that were ill. She often worked overtime in the hospital to put herself through Clayton State's RN program and graduated with honors. She chose to remain in Southern Regional's ER and ICU to provide care for the critically ill.
As she watched the ER's Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners, she saw the care that they provided and wanted to follow that same path. She then went back to school to the Medical College of Georgia for their nurse practitioner program while working and being a mom to a 3 year old and 18 month old. She graduated with honors and was inducted into Sigma Theta Tau nursing honor society. Since passing her boards, Frances finally found her "true home” at Southeastern Primary Care Providers. She is available to see all of our patients, adolescents (15 and above), adult or geriatric for all your needs including Well Woman care.
When not caring for our patient's in the office, Fran can usually be found traveling with her daughters, who participate in a volleyball club, or going to their school games and functions. She loves to read and do yarn work such as knit/crochet and sometimes even squeezes in some time to quilt. Her favorite vacation spot is the beach where she can sit back and join those things she enjoys with the waves at her feet, laughing at her daughters and husband.