Lindsay Seilhan, MD
Originally from Colorado Springs, Dr. Seilhan studied at the University of Puget Sound in Washington State, then graduated from Tulane University Medical School. Dr. Seilhan enjoys the variety of working in emergency medicine, being able to see different cases every day. She has a passion for helping people with substance abuse issues overcome addiction and succeed in their lives. Dr. Seilhan helped to implement a Suboxone program at her previous hospital to assist individuals in overcoming withdrawal symptoms associated with opiate addiction.
In her free time, Dr. Seilhan enjoys running, backpacking and trekking. She has trekked both Kilimanjaro and the trail to Machu Picchu. She enjoys spending time with her 3 children and an All-American Lab mix named Buck.