Patrick M. Noonan, DO

Patrick Noonan, DO

Osteopathic Physician

People put a lot of trust in their doctors. New Pueblo Medicine really takes that to heart and treats every patient like a member of the family. That's the kind of medicine I have always wanted to practice. I'm excited about this opportunity. It is such a privelege to be a doctor. 

Board Certified since 2013

Growing up, Dr. Noonan saw that his father, who has always had severe asthma, was greatly helped by an integrative approach to his care. Before entering medical school, Dr. Noonan worked as a case manager to develop behavioral health treatment plans and coordinate services for children in Arizona. Those experiences combined to pique his interest in becoming an osteopathic physician.

A holistic approach to medicine, where the patient's mind, body and spirit are all considered part of the whole, really resonates with me. My osteopathic training included additional focus on the importance of body structure and alignment as it impacts function, providing an additional treatment option for my patients. I chose primary care and New Pueblo Medicine because of the focus on wellness, the personal relationships physicians can form with their patients, and the variety of people with whom I will work.

Medical Interests

  • A holistic approach to medicine
  • Preventative medicine, including diet and nutrition
  • Sports medicine

Education

  • 2010, Doctor of Osteopathy (D.O.), A.T. Still University-Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM)
  • 2004, B.S., Cum Laude, University of Arizona, Department of Psychology

Credentials/Memberships

  • 2012, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Certified (ACLS)
  • 2011, Basic Life Support Certified (BLS)
  • American College of Physicians (ACP)
  • Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)

Personal Interests

  • Soccer, throughout High School and College
  • Reading - Mostly Fiction
  • Hiking with my family and dog, Josie