Dr. Rose M. Langer was born and raised in Minnesota. She received her Undergraduate degree from St. Cloud State University. Dr. Langer was one of only two students accepted to the University of Minnesota Medical school class of 2000 from a public university. The U of M class of 2000 was the first female majority medical school class in the United States. She completed her three years of Family Practice residency at United Hospital in St. Paul, MN. She is board certified in Family Practice, by The American Board of Family Medicine. After Graduation from Residency, Dr. Langer joined Alina Health Systems in Hastings, MN. This is a rural clinic with a scope of practice ranging from birth to end of life care. In 2010 Dr. Langer decided to move to Florida with her family and Langer Family Medicine was conceived with one philosophy: to promote health and wellbeing in the patients and the community we serve.
Dr. Donna Malone is a native of Rhode Island and a graduate of The University of North Florida in Jacksonville. She obtained her medical degree at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, and completed her residency at Largo Medical Center. She is Board Certified by The American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians, and has been practicing medicine in the State of Florida since 2011. She received additional training in the field of Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT). This training allows her to treat patients alternatively with issues such as low back pain, sports injuries, repetitive stress injuries, or muscle and joint pain. To do this she utilizes techniques such as stretching, applying gentle pressure, or light resistance to the affected areas of the body. OMT can also be used to alleviate the symptoms associated with migraines. OMT is especially helpful for patients whom are unable or unwilling to take NSAIDs or painkillers. Dr. Malone now resides in Tampa, FL with her husband and children. She spends much of her free time volunteering at her children’s school and coaching her son’s soccer team.