Dr. Laura Noonan
Dr Laura Noonan MB,BCH,BAO,DME,DCH,MICGP,MRCPICH
Dr Laura Noonan graduated from NUI Galway in 2007 with a First Class Honours Degree in Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
- Trained on the Mid Leinster GP Training Scheme .Worked in Psychiatry, Ears Nose and Throat, Accident and Emergency and Paediatrics.
- Member of the Irish College of General Practitioners – MICGP
- Specialist Qualification in Paediatrics -Membership of the Royal College of Physicians Child Health (MRCPICH). She has a particular interest in neonatal medicine and infant feeding
Specialises in Paediatrics and Women’s Health
Additional Qualifications /Interests
- Paediatrics Diploma in Child Health – Distinction
- Neonatal Resuscitation Course
- Geriatric Medicine Diploma in Medicine for the Elderly
- Qualified in the insertion and removal of long acting reversible contraceptives including coils and Implants.
- ICGP Minor Surgery course and completed special skill training in Minor Surgery under a consultant General Surgeon.
- Developed skills in the area of contraception, fertility advice, maternity/antenatal care and provides services for early genetic testing in pregnancy.
- Basic and Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Immediate Trauma Care
- Medical Examiner with the Sexual Assault Treatment Unit in Mullingar hospital.
- GP representative on the National Cancer Screening Services Cervical Check Quality Assurance Committee.
- Worked on Breast Cancer Awareness Programme
- Conducted extensive research both nationally and internationally in the area of antibiotic overuse and antibiotic stewardship. Member of the Irish Respiratory Tract Treatment Forum (RTTF) and the Global Respiratory Infection Partnership (GRIP)
- Continuous Medical Education (CME) Tutor in Roscommon/Longford/East Midlands assisting other GPs to meet their medical needs.
- Director of the Network of Establishing GPs (NEGs) in the Irish College of General Practitioners (ICGP) an organisation which supports GPs in their final year of training and in their early careers as independent GPs.