A board-certified surgeon and Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, Dr. Kermie Robinson is a cum laude graduate of Xavier University in New Orleans. Earning his Bachelor of Science, Dr. Kermie Robinson was a Dow Corning researcher in X-ray crystallography as a student. Dr. Kermie Robinson also possesses a Master’s degree in Public Health from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and a Doctor of Medicine from Tulane University School of Medicine. Relocating to New York to complete his surgical residency at Flushing Hospital Medical Center and Albert Einstein School of Medicine, Dr. Kermie Robinson was named Chief Resident during his final year there and conducted valuable research with Dr. Stanley Levinson on wound healing. Dr. Robinson also participated in a six-month surgical oncology program at Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Currently a dedicated physician at Southeastern New Mexico Surgery in Hobbs, New Mexico, Dr. Kermie Robinson provides patients with outpatient care and performs surgical procedures at the quality facility. His special interests include bariatric surgery, thyroid and parathyroid surgery, and minimally invasive procedures for the small bowel, colon, and stomach. In the past, Dr. Kermie Robinson oversaw his own practice, Advanced Surgical Specialists of Northeast Georgia, and served as a Staff Physician and Director of the Bariatric Surgery Program at Rockdale Medical Center. In recognition of his continued excellence at the medical center, Dr. Kermie Robinson was selected as Physician of the Year in 2001 out of a pool of over 300 physicians. While working as a Clinical Instructor of Surgery at Grady Memorial Hospital, Dr. Kermie Robinson was named Assistant Professor of Surgery. During this time, Dr. Kermie Robinson held responsibility for the education of surgery residents and medical students in addition to patient care. He served on the hospital’s Critical Care Committee, as well as the Cancer Committee.