Meet Jeni Robinson, MD
From my own experience raising a medically high-needs child, I have seen how uncoordinated and detached the healthcare system can feel; I think most patients are looking for a partner and an advocate. I want to listen, especially if you’ve felt unheard, and I want to organize if the complexity feels overwhelming. My areas of special interest are female health and mood concerns (particularly when they intersect in the postpartum period) and for all genders during major life transitions. I also feel it is important to be a strong ally for and to continue to learn about issues pertaining to our trans and nonbinary community members. I would love to get to know your whole family, help dispel worries, and have the honor of walking beside you if your health becomes a journey you never really wanted to take. I’m approachable, highly responsive with messaging, and have never met a ‘dad joke’ I didn’t like.
In my free time, I like to bike around with my kids go to garage sales, crochet, draw badly, read virtually anything, and play board games; I also have a medically high-needs child that needs numerous appointments so that takes up a lot of time, too.
- Female health
- Whole family care
- Mental health
College: University of North Carolina, BS, Biology with a double minor in Medical Anthropology and Chemistry
Medical School: McGovern Medical School, University of Texas Health Science Center
Residency: East Pierce Family Medicine, Puyallup, Washington
Board Certified, Family Medicine