Robyn Gardner, MHE, PA-C, earned her Master of Science in Health Education degree and Physician Assistant Certificate from the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. She has substantial experience across multiple surgical specialties and techniques, including minimally invasive and robotic-assisted operations. She has served as a guest lecturer at the university level and her research has been published in peer-reviewed medical journals. Her areas of specialty and major clinical interests range from abdominal and pelvic pain treatment to spleen, liver and stomach surgery; gallbladder and bile duct surgery; anal, bowel and rectal surgery; bowel resection; vagotomy; appendectomy; hernia repair and urological surgery.
Awards & Recognition
Robyn has received special recognition in surgery by the NCCPA and is both ACLS and BLS certified. She graduated summa cum laude from the Medical College of Georgia and has a master’s degree in health education.
Robyn is also an adjunct professor with Nova Southeastern University, leading instruction in surgical didactic and skills training for their Orlando-based Physician Assistant Program. She also has authored and co-authored multiple articles in major medical journals over the years. Robyn has privileges in both laparoscopic and robotic assisted surgery.