Foothills Family Medicine    
Foothills Family Medicine
Serving Denver since 1988

Our Providers

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Dr. Landrum graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine 1993 then completed her residency in Family Medicine at Rose Medical Center in 1996. Her philosophy in the practice of medicine is to be your healthcare partner not your healthcare parent.  She believes strongly in preventive medicine and better living through a healthy lifestyle.

Dr. Landrum is married with 2 girls - Elly 15 and Jenna 14.  In her free time she likes to read, ski, bike, travel and have her husband make her dinner.

Dr. Landrum was voted one of Denver's top doctors in 2014 by her peers in 5280 Magazine.
Dr. Alan Schultz was born and raised in Northglenn, CO. His dream of becoming a doctor started at Colorado Christian University where he graduated Suma Cum Laude with a degree in Biology and a minor in Chemistry and Biblical Studies. From there he received his Doctorate from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Missouri. He attended a three year residency in Family Medicine at the University of Colorado at Swedish Hospital and was elected Chief resident during his final year of residency. It is there that he met his wonderful wife Amanda, and made a decision to give back to Colorado and work in underserved Alamosa, CO. Longing to live closer to their friends and family, he and his family sought out an established, evidence based practice which led him to Foothills Family Medicine.

His interest includes spending time with his family, playing with his German Shepard (Pete), running, golf, and baseball. His philosophy in medicine is simple….find someone who loves what they do, and you will be pleased with the care you will receive. He is blessed to have the privilege and ability to be a part of taking care of people and it shows in his work.
Hilary Murphy is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She received her undergraduate degree from Colorado College in Biology and attended Vanderbilt University’s Master’s of Science in Nursing program, specializing in family practice. She was inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor’s Society and is accredited by the American Association for Nurse Practitioners.

Hilary has a passion for health promotion and disease prevention, and she strives to work with her patients to create comprehensive treatment plans they can easily integrate into their own lives. She prioritizes education and lifestyle changes to help patients live healthier.

In her free time, she is most likely adventuring in the mountains with her husband Miles and her Golden Retriever Cooper, playing tennis or conquering a new recipe in the kitchen.