Dr Jesuina Noronha
Dr Jesuina Noronha is a Melbourne-trained Paediatrician. She has been Chief Paediatric Resident at Monash Children’s Hospital and trained in Behavioural and Developmental Paediatrics at the Royal Children’s Hospital.
Jesuiana graduated from Medical School in 1996 and subsequently trained in Paediatrics and Neonatology in institutions in Australia and overseas.
She is an examiner for undergraduates at Monash University and loves training the undergraduate and post graduate medical students in Paediatrics.
Jesuina has special interests in Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD and speech and learning difficulties as well as Neonatal and Perinatal Medicine, particularly with premature babies.
She is also interested in the sometimes complex health issues of migrants.
Jesuina is a published author of papers related to infectious diseases in prestigious journals, and is enthusiastic about her ongoing research into diabetes and reproductive health in adolescent women at Monash Health.
In her current medical practice, Jesuina enjoys caring for children of all ages with medical, developmental and behavioural issues. She uses a holistic approach in her care of the child, in the context of the family, carers, school and community. She also works closely with teams of experts including psychologists, speech pathologists and occupational therapists.
Jesuina is passionate about helping children achieve their full potential.
Jesuina is married, and a mother, and enjoys actively spending precious time with her family and friends.