2001 West Main Street | Suite 132 | Stamford | CT 06902
**Parking and entrance on Myano Lane, behind the office building**
Tel: (203) 363-0123 | Fax: (475) 619-9855
Medical Degree & Residency
She received her medical degree from The University of California, San Francisco where she served as medical student body president, and was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. She completed her pediatric residency training at Harvard-affiliated Children’s Hospital Boston, one of the leading children’s hospitals in the country. There, she developed a passion for taking care of a diverse patient population, particularly those children with very complex or chronic health conditions.
She went on to live in Tokyo, Japan from 2001 to 2003, where she engaged in clinical work and medical education research at The National Center for Child Health and Development.
Dr. Katy has had a niche practice since her arrival to Lower Fairfield County in 2003. While she has held to a part-time working arrangement when her children were young, she has nonetheless been unwavering in her practice philosophy and commitment to her patients. She is now at a point where she can exercise her full professional potential. She is the managing partner of Sound Beach Pediatrics.
Dr. Katy loves to care for both healthy children and medically complex patients in the community. She is a tireless advocate for her patients and families, whether they are facing a medical crisis or socioeconomic barriers to care. Dr. Katy has been a contributing author for Serendipity Magazine, and has given interactive lectures to parents and prospective parents in the community. She has been an inspirational guest speaker for the Connecticut Chapter of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. She has also worked collaboratively with The Global Lyme Alliance, featured as the consulting pediatrician in a video presentation for the NYC Global Lyme Alliance Gala fundraiser in October 2015.
“Dr. Katy” has visited nursery and elementary classrooms annually since 2006. She has spoken to student audiences at Bridges School (where she currently serves as a member of the board), Old Greenwich School, and the Greenwich Country Day School on a wide array of health topics, including summer safety, Lyme Disease, cardiovascular circulation, physical fitness and the effect of excessive electronic media use in children. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatrics.
She leads an active life in Old Greenwich with her husband and three children. She loves running, many sports, all things outdoors, music and classical piano . . . especially when sharing these interests with her family and friends. If she is not working, you are most likely to find her jogging around Tod’s Point or wearing blue jeans.
The early years
Dr. Katherine Noble is Northern California born and raised. After primary and secondary education at local schools in the San Francisco Bay Area, she graduated Phi Beta Kappa with Highest Distinction in General Scholarship (equivalent of Summa Cum Laude) from the University of California, Berkeley, with a B.A. in Integrative Biology and a minor in music. She completed a year in Boston working in targeted chemotherapy cancer research and returned to California to continue her medical education.