Dr Kristin McLaughlin

BMBS(Hons) FRACGP BSc(Hons) MPH PhD DCH
Availability: Mon, Tue, Thu
Associate & Business Owner

Dr Kristin is not taking on new patients except for obstetric shared care, IUD insertions and MS-2 Step. 

Dr Kristin graduated with honours from Flinders University in 2009. Her hospital based training was completed at the Lyell McEwin Hospital, where she undertook an extended term in obstetrics and gynaecology. She also completed a term in paediatrics and gained a Diploma in Child Health from the Women’s and Children’s Hospital.

Dr Kristin enjoys working with patients to optimise their health. She strives to develop a shared management approach, with a strong evidence base. She loves the continuity of care, and helping you reach your health goals.

Dr Kristin has a special interest in women’s health, obstetrics shared care, paediatrics and adolescent health.

Prior to her medical training, Dr Kristin worked in clinical research, having completed a Masters of Public Health and a PhD in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Adelaide.

Dr Kristin is accredited to provide obstetric shared care and to insert and remove Implanon and intrauterine devices (Mirena and copper).

Awards
  • 2010 Intern of the Year, Lyell McEwin Hospital
  • Best Intern in Psychiatry, Lyell McEwin Hospital
  • Best Rural General Practice Intern, Lyell McEwin Hospital
  • 2009 The Dean’s Prize, Flinders University
  • The Jane Preston Memorial Prize (Obstetrics & Gynaecology), Flinders University
  • The Prize in Paediatrics, Flinders University
  • 2008 The Therapeutics Guidelines Limited Third Year BMBS Prize, Flinders University
  • Chancellor’s Letter of Commendation, Flinders University
  • 2007 The US Endocrine Society Medical Student Achievement Award
  • 2003 New Investigator Award, Australian Epidemiological Association
  • 2001 New Investigator Award, Perinatal Society of Australia & New Zealand
Medical Interests
  • Antenatal Shared care
  • Women’s Health
  • Contraception
  • IUD insertion
  • Paediatrics
  • Chronic disease
  • Acute illness
  • Preventative Health