Dr. Caitlin Robison grew up in small town Illinois amongst the heartland of America. She was born from a long line of farmers in a strong midwestern community. This first inspired her calling for medicine as the family physician Dr. Ramsey, her next door neighbor delivered both she and her mother. That connection never left her as her spirit of adventure took her to the University of Arizona for a degree in Physiology. This was followed by an even bigger jump across the grand Pacific to the University of Queensland in Australia. Her medical degree was completed with clinical rotations at Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. A time that she refers to on nearly a daily basis, as it was an eye opening experience to the benefits of a global perspective.
After feeling like Bilbo Baggins traveling abroad, she desired to reunite with family in sunny Tucson, Arizona. She attended her residency at Phoenix Integrated Residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology (now Creighton University School of Medicine- Phoenix). The depth and breadth of her skill is credited to her amazing mentors and inspirational educators along the way. She is passionate about women’s health, environmental advocacy, and the acknowledgement and improvement of implicit bias in healthcare.
In the freedom of her home, she enjoys being a dog mom to her girls Kona and Syndey. The outdoors is her refuge, so she maintains a quaint garden in her backyard, loves running and hiking. The new challenge to learn the art of surfing keeps her humble most days off. This journey to her medical career has allowed for an integrative approach to medicine including mind, body and spirituality as the path to improved health.