Laura House, MD, MPH

Assistant Professor of Family Medicine, Division of Hospital Medicine

Specialty Areas

Family Medicine, Hospital Medicine

Chronology

BAS, Health Information Management, Cum Laude with Full Honors, Western Carolina University, 1994; BA, Spanish, Summa Cum Laude, The Honors College of Western Carolina University, 1998; CNA, Southwestern Community College, 1999; MD, University of North Carolina, 2005; Residency and Internship, Family Medicine, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, 2008; Family Medicine Fellowship, UNC Department of Family Medicine, 2011; MPH, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, 2012; Academic Hospitalist, UNC Hospital Hillsborough, 2015-present.

Bibliography

House, L. Viera, A. Reid, A. Evaluating Community Health Education for Residents and Medical Students: A Systematic Review. Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, May 2013. Poster presentation.

Clinch, R., Klatt, L., Kahill, A. What is the Best Approach to BPPV in the Elderly? The Journal of Family Practice. Vol 59, No 5, May 2010; p295(2).

Frasier, P., Klatt, L. Coping Strategies of Victims of Domestic Violence in Rural Western NC. University of North Carolina School of Medicine Student Research Day, January 2003. Oral and poster presentation.

Frasier, P. Klatt, L. Coping Strategies of Victims of Domestic Violence in Rural Western NC. NCAFP Winter Family Physicians Weekend December 2002. Poster Presentation.

Unpublished:
House, L., Viera, A. Evaluating Community Health Education for Residents and Medical Students: A Systematic Review. UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, 2012. Master’s Paper.

Klatt, L. and Frasier, P. The Effect of Acculturation on the Incidence of Domestic Violence in Latin American Communities. University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine, 2005. Abstract.

  • Address

    430 Waterstone Dr.

    Hillsborough, NC 27278