Dr Langdon graduated medical school with Honours from the University of Western Australia in 2005 before completing her internship and residency at Royal Perth Hospital and the University College Hospital in Galway, Ireland. During this time she worked in a variety of medical specialities allowing her to gain a better knowledge of medical disorders and their effect on pregnancy.
She undertook 6 years of specialist training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at King Edward Memorial Hospital, including Fellowships in Maternal Fetal Medicine and Fertility and Reproductive Medicine. She has worked extensively with the Preterm Birth Prevention Team at King Edward Memorial Hospital and has a special interest in preterm birth prevention and caring for women with a history or risk of preterm birth.
Fiona has a particular interest in high risk obstetrics and particularly enjoys the challenge of assisting women with complex medical disorders through their pregnancy.
Delivering primarily at St John of God Hospital, Subiaco in cases where either the woman or the pregnancy is particularly high risk she is able to admit and care for patients at King Edward Memorial Hospital, also in Subiaco.
She has completed postgraduate studies in fertility and reproductive medicine and holds a Masters in Reproductive Medicine from the University of New South Wales.
Fiona grew up in Perth and is a mother to two delightful young boys. She feels it is a privilege to care for a woman and her growing family through such an exciting and emotional journey as pregnancy and delivery.