Experience & Education
Other Specialties/CertificationsAmerican Board of Pediatrics - 1998-2010
American Board of Cardiology - 2000-2007
EducationDoctorate of Medicine
Aberdeen University of Scotland
Bachelor of Science
Physiology and Biochemistry, Aberdeen University of Scotland
Academic Achievement Awards in Physiology and Biochemistry
Areas of ExpertiseCongential Interventional Therapies
AwardsAberdeen University Medical School
Commendation in Physiology - 1985
Commendation in Biochemistry - 1986
Dr. Andrew Robinson is a pediatric cardiologist at Covenant Women’s and Children’s. His clinical expertise is in interventional catheterization and the Intensive Care Unit. At the forefront of utilizing the hybrid procedures to deliver optimal care, Dr. Robinson specializes in catheter treatments for ASD, PFO (migraine/stroke), PDA, valvoplasty, hybrid palliation, endovascular stents, and hybrid treatments for congenital heart disease.
Dr. Robinson formerly served as assistant professor of Pediatrics, medical director cardiac ICU, at the Division of Critical Care at Denver Children’s Hospital. He also served as an instructor of Pediatrics/Bugher Physician
Scientist and Bugher Research Fellow in the Division of Cardiology at Denver Children’s Hospital. He received the American Heart Association Young Investigator Award.
Dr. Robinson completed a Pediatric Cardiology fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, and gained additional training through a cardiac intensive care research fellowship there. He completed his residency in Pediatrics at the Boston Floating Hospital for Infants and Sick Children, New England Medical Center Boston. He is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and American Sub-board of Pediatric Cardiology.
Areas of Interest
Adult and Pediatric Cardiology
Congenital Heart Disease