Hannah Robbins, MD, FACS

Dr. Hannah Robbins, MD, FACS is a board certified General Surgeon. She joined Sandpoint Surgical Associates in September of 2022.


Dr. Robbins grew up in Vancouver, WA. She wanted to be a doctor from a young age.

“When I was 11 my family bicycled the entire pacific coast. During this trip, my mother had a terrible crash. A surgeon saved her life, and a surgeon saved her again years later from breast cancer. These experiences sparked my interest in surgery, especially the treatment of breast cancer.”
 
Dr. Robbins was the first in her family to go into medicine.  She majored in Microbiology at the University of Washington, spent two years researching Salmonella then attended the University of Washington School of Medicine. Here she did cancer research and was accepted into the national medical honor society.


After medical school Dr. Robbins spent five years in surgical residency at the Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) in Portland.  Dr. Robbins explored an interest in minimally invasive surgery and rural surgery.


After training, Dr. Robbins practiced general surgery for two years in Bremerton, WA. Here she partnered with the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance as their primary breast cancer surgeon on the Olympic Peninsula. Her practice in Bremerton also included endoscopy, trauma and emergency general surgery.

 

Dr. Robbins moved to Sandpoint with her husband, two children and her parents. The family is looking forward to enjoying the natural beauty and recreational opportunities in Northern Idaho.

 

“We hope our family can contribute to keeping Bonner County a healthy, beautiful place to grow.”

 

Dr. Robbins offers the following services:

  • Breast cancer treatment

  • Colon cancer treatment

  • Skin cancer treatment

  • Colonoscopy, upper GI endoscopy

  • Hernia repair

  • Gallbladder disease

  • Hemorrhoids / anorectal disease

  • Thyroid / endocrine surgery

  • Vasectomy

  • Abscess drainage

  • Removal of other skin and soft tissue tumors

  • Emergency general surgery

Hannah Robbins