“I look at the person as a whole, integrating medical models, social, spiritual and family elements to develop the big picture of an individual’s health.”
“None of us lives in a vacuum,” says Dr. Le Noir, “We all live in family and community relationships. Being in family practice, I have the opportunity to know the whole family. It gives me more information about an individual’s health when I know more about the family.” That philosophy also helps Dr. Le Noir form long term relationships with her patients – and sometimes their parents and children. She is the type of doctor to roll up her sleeves and get right into clinical work.
Dr. Le Noir is originally from California, but her husband’s family has been in Central
Wisconsin since 1850. She enjoys genealogy and spending time with her husband and their three children at the family cottage on the Eau Plaine.
Dr. Le Noir is board-certified in family medicine. She went to medical school at the University of California – College of Medicine in Irvine, and completed her residency in Family Medicine at Ventura County Medical Center in California.