Dr. Robinson was born and raised in Nebraska where he attended the University of Nebraska and obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree in 1985, and his Medical Degree in 1991. While attending medical school, he was elected and served as Senator of the University of Nebraska Medical Student Government, as a Member of the Chancellor's Advisory Council on Student Affairs, and as an Officer of the American Medical Student Association. He also co-founded THINC (Teaching HIV Infection to Nebraska Communities), a volunteer group of medical students who traveled the state, educating Nebraska students about AIDS and its prevention. He served his internship at the University of Nebraska where he received the prestigious Lee Retelsdorf, MD award for Academic Excellence. Dr. Robinson then went on to finish his Ophthalmology Residency at West Virginia University in 1996. During his career, he has published articles in respected scientific journals and has presented scientific research at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Research in Vision and Ophthalmology. He became Board Certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology in 1997, obtaining re-certification in 2008 and 2018. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery.
Dr. Robinson practiced for many years in West Virginia, Tennessee (where he served as Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery of the East Tennessee State University College of Medicine) and Arkansas becoming an accomplished eye physician and surgeon before moving to Florida. He practiced in Panama City for 10 years prior to the devastation brought by Hurricane Michael. A prolific surgeon, Dr. Robinson provides his patients in northwest Florida with the latest advances in cataract surgery including various premium implants, and has performed over 1000 cataract operations per year. He also provides treatment of glaucoma and retina disorders, as well as the treatment of droopy eyelids.
As a beach lover, Dr. Robinson is thrilled to be back in Bay County. He has a variety of personal interests including golf, horseback riding, scuba diving and travel. He enjoys visiting his daughter Adrianne, who lives in Nebraska with her husband, and spends his free time taking walks with his dog Crosby.