Anthony Robinson is a certified Physician Assistant from the Duke Physician Assistant Program. Mr. Robinson has gained several years of experience treating acute and chronic pain during his time managing burn patients at the North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center in ICU, floor and clinic settings.
While practicing Family Medicine, Mr. Robinson served on various committees including Control Substance Management Committee.
Mr. Robinson joins our team with excellent training and a broad range of experience as a physician assistant at the UNC Jaycee Burn Center, Chapel Hill, NC and at a local Primary Care Facility in Raleigh, NC.
While treating a variety of maladies in primary care as well as burn wounds, pain management has been an integral part of Mr. Robinson’s career. Having served on the Control Substance Management Committee, Mr. Robinson’s main focus is on decreasing pain and restoring function without overmedicating patients, particularly with narcotics. He helps his patients understand the importance of leading a healthy and active lifestyle in order to achieve the best results.
Mr. Robinson likes to spend his spare time with his wife and three children and actively participating as a leader and elder in his local church. His hobbies including playing the piano and engaging in real estate.
Master of Health Sciences,
Duke University PA Program
NCCPA Certification Aug 2007
Bachelor of Science Majoring in Biology
University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill