Dr. Robinson has worked as the sole GP-Surgeon in Rocky Mountain House for most of the past 30 years. “He has been invaluable for the ongoing, thriving obstetrical and anesthesia program, too,” says Dr. Rogers.
Dedicated to and respectful of his field and his patients, Dr. Robinson has “stayed current on surgical and endoscopic training and advancements for rural surgery,” Dr. Rogers adds.
“In times when it has seemed that help (in terms of another surgeon) has been on the horizon, Dr. Robinson has gracefully offered mentorship to new recruits,” continues Dr. Rogers. “And when tragedy or circumstance has left him as the only surgeon again, he has gracefully taken back up the torch to provide an invaluable service to his community.”
This grace and dedication have carried Dr. Robinson through times of great adversity, including challenges with his own health.
“Dr. Robinson is so deserving of recognition by Shine A Light!”
Legacy of commitment
As Dr. Robinson approaches retirement, “the legacy of commitment to his community and his patients will long endure,” adds Dr. Rogers.
Introducing … Dr. Gregg Robinson
Years in practice
42 (33 in Rocky Mountain House)
It is the most rewarding and intellectually stimulating job I can imagine. Every day is different and full of challenges and interest.
Mantra/philosophy of life
Live and let live; respect alternative views.