Melissa R. Robinson M.D., F.H.R.S., F.A.C.C. Accepting new patients

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Specialities

Cardiac electrophysiology-arrhythmia

Languages

English

Biography

Melissa Robinson, M.D., F.H.R.S., F.A.C.C., is a board certified cardiologist at UW Medical Center and the Eastside Specialty Center, director of the Ventricular Arrhythmia Program and a UW associate professor of Cardiology and Medicine.

Dr. Robinson is an expert in complex arrhythmia management, including ablation, device and medical therapy. She strives to create active partnerships with her patients to achieve the best possible outcomes.

Dr. Robinson earned her M.D. at UC San Francisco. She is board certified in both Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology and Cardiovascular Disease. Her clinical interests include ventricular tachycardia; arrhythmias in adult congenital heart disease. She lectures regionally and nationally on arrhythmia management.

Personal Interests

In her spare time, Dr. Robinson enjoys paddleboarding, cooking and spending time with her children.
Regional Heart Center at UWMC

Regional Heart Center at UW Medical Center

1959 NE Pacific St., 3rd Floor Seattle, WA 98195

206.598.4300

Adult congenital heart disease, Advanced heart failure, Behavioral healthcare, Cancer care and your heart

Cardiology Clinic at Eastside Specialty Center

Cardiology Clinic at Eastside Specialty Center

3100 Northup Way Bellevue, WA 98004

425.646.7777

Advanced heart failure, Cardiac stress tests and monitoring, Cardiovascular imaging, General cardiology

Univ. of Illinois - Chicago

Teaching Appointment, 2013

Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

Fellowship, 2010, Cardiac Electrophysiology

University of California Davis

Fellowship, 2008, Cardiovascular Medicine

University of California Davis

Residency, 2004, Internal Medicine

University of California San Francisco

Medical education, 2001

 

Board Certifications
  • Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology, 2010, American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Cardiovascular Disease, 2008, American Board of Internal Medicine