Robin Morris is a physician assistant with 17 years of medical experience between serving in the U.S. military, private practice and hospital organizations. Prior to becoming a physician assistant, Robin worked as a physical therapy technician/aide, combat medic, EMT, certified nursing assistant (critical care, orthopedics, pain management and rehab) and orthopedic technician. She also supported orthopedic patients as an advanced practice provider hospitalist and as a rural medicine urgent care physician assistant.
Robin works closely with Dr. Daniel Cepela to help patients recover from their injuries or conditions, regain their mobility and restore their function. Robin is board certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.
Robin obtained a Bachelor of Science in physician assistant studies at the University of Washington MEDEX NW Program in Seattle. She was honored to receive the Steven Turnipseed, PA-C Veterans Award from the MEDEX NW Program in 2020.
As a native of Detroit, Michigan, Robin loves the outdoors. She enjoys hiking, fishing, kayaking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. She also loves being outside with her dogs, traveling and reading.
- B.S. Clinical Health Care, Physician Assistant Studies, University of Washington MEDEX NW Program, Seattle, WA
- National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
- Alaska Academy of Physician Assistants
- American Academy of Physician Assistants