Dr Robinson is employed at the Gold Coast University Hospital and Pindara Private Hospital. His responsibilities include the education of trainee ENT surgeons and junior doctors in the areas of rhinoplasty and facial plastic surgery. Additionally, Dr Robinson also coordinates the ENT Gold Coast journal club and delivers regular presentations.
Dr Robinson successfully completed a fellowship in Facial Plastic Surgery in 2012 in Perth, under the guidance of renowned surgeon, Dr Tuan Pham. It was during this time that Dr Robinson received advanced tutelage in rhinoplasty with an emphasis on revision rhinoplasty, cosmetic rhinoplasty and severe nasal obstruction. Whilst living in Perth, Dr Robinson worked at Sir Charles Gardiner Hospital as an ENT consultant and at Royal Perth Hospital as a fellow. Dr Robinson has delivered numerous research-based presentations, stemming from his experiences on fellowship.
In 2011, Dr Robinson was employed in private practices in Sydney and Newcastle and as an ENT consultant at John Hunter Hospital. Before this, Dr Robinson concluded his training in ENT Surgery in New South Wales. During this time, he underwent extensive training throughout regional as well as Sydney hospitals, such as Sydney Children’s Hospital, Royal Prince Alfred and Concord Repatriation Hospital. It was through these experiences, that Dr Robinson realised the necessity of completing fellowship training in rhinoplasty, in order to accomplish to the best results for clients.
A renowned Gold Coast ENT specialist, Dr Robinson is a board member of the Gold Coast ENT Research Group, a foundation that was developed with the aim of advancing Gold Coast based ENT research.
Dr Robinson is a prominent member of the ‘Expert Opinion in ENT’ podcast series. The podcast is a collection of interviews from various medical experts in the field of ENT, on a variety of ENT Surgery topics and is currently available to purchase through iTunes. Feedback on the podcast from the ENT fraternity has been positive, with many interesting topics covered by the series proving popular among listeners. Dr Robinson believes that the podcasts are an ideal way for the ENT community to stay informed of the latest technologies, techniques and groundbreaking research within the specialty branches of ENT.