Grant W. Robbins, PA-C
“Health is a team effort, and I want all of my patients to feel comfortable talking with me so that I can work with them and their loved ones to achieve the best quality of care.”
In his work as a physician assistant, Grant Robbins is open to learning new things from those around him. Grant enjoys hearing fascinating stories from seniors as much as he likes being a part of a positive team.
“It’s my goal to help patients medically while also being a resource for other health-related concerns,” Grant says. “Technology and insurance systems are always changing, but it’s important to me to stay current and help ease anxiety with any knowledge I can share.”
Grant received a BS in biology from Regis University in Denver, where he also played varsity baseball and served as student body president. He attained his Master of Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha before returning to his home state of Colorado. He has been working as a certified physician assistant since 2016.
Grant’s family—including inspiring parents, two older sisters, a yellow lab, and his fiancée—help him keep a healthy life-work balance. When he’s not in the clinic, Grant can often be found outdoors in the mountains backpacking, rock climbing, or exploring new places to ski.