A Legacy To Serve, A Legacy To Care

Honoring Dr. David Robinson

July 17, 1952 - October 31, 2015

David Robinson, MD

Dr. David Robinson was an adult Hematologist/Oncologist, board certified in Internal Medicine and Oncology. He worked with Premier Hematology & Oncology and served as Medical Director for the Osceola Division of the Florida Hospital Cancer Institute.

Dr. Robinson cared for newly diagnosed patients, as well as many patients with genetic chronic life threating diseases. He built relationships with many patients that transitioned from pediatric care to his adult care practice. He encouraged his young adult patients to achieve educational goals no matter how long it took. He saw hope for patients despite of their health challenges. He took time to learn about his patients. Many of his patients describe him as a father figure, caring physician and an advocate. His smile, sense of humor and determination to provide the best care possible made his patients feel determined to fight health challenges with a sense of hope.

On June 18, 2015 Dr. Robinson lectured at Kids Conquering Sickle Cell Disease’s Educational Conference. He shared his compassion teaching his peers, clinical staff, patients, students and caregivers the management aspects of sickle cell disease. He knew that education and quality care was necessary to help decrease mortality of symptomatic patients.

Dr. Robinson was an instrumental doctor that offered his expert advise to founders at Kids Conquering Sickle Cell Disease Foundation. He shared insights of  beneficial factors helping patients. He also expressed the healthcare support needed. He had a wealth of knowledge about sickle cell anemia and he constantly kept up with progressive studies.  He was more than a doctor, he was a friend with a legacy to care. He valued the quality of life of his patients and we will forever treasure his memories of compassion to advocate and serve patients. His legacy will always be honored at Kids Conquering Sickle Cell Disease Foundation.

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