Noelle Thomas, MD, FACP IMR Faculty - Perioperative Medicine
Noelle Thomas, MD, is a 2017 graduate of the Billings Clinic Internal Medicine Residency. Dr. Stromme joins the internal medicine faculty with an emphasis on developing the perioperative service. As a graduate of Billings Clinic’s inaugural internal medicine residency class she feels privileged to have been instrumental in the programs early development and continued growth.
Dr. Thomas received her bachelor of arts cum laude from Stanford University and her doctor of medicine from the University of Washington. She completed two years of general surgery training before deciding to return to a love of primary care.
Dr. Thomas grew up on Whidbey Island, Washington and is excited to call Montana home. She enjoys spending her free moments with family, dancing, playing tennis, occasional home improvement projects and anything artsy.
Honors for Dr. Thomas include:
Associate of the Year Award – Montana ACP (2015)
Guardian Angel Award x 2, patient nominated — Sanford Medical Center (2011)
Skinner Scholarship – University of Washington School of Medicine (2004-2006)
Luis Sudler Most Promising Senior – Stanford University Drama Department (2003)
Washington Scholar – Washington Student Achievement Council (1998)
“Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome After Polypharmacy Overdose.” Poster presented at Primary Care Symposium Billings, MT
“Shape and Future of Advance Care Planning in the WWAMI Region.” Poster presented at Primary Care Symposium Billings, MT and Montana ACP Conference Helena, MT.
“Recurrence of Infrarenal Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm 6yrs After Open Repair.” Poster presented at Primary Care Symposium, Billings, MT.