Portneuf Medical Group - Medical Oncology
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants - Physician Assistant - Certified (PA-C)
Education & Training:
Professional School: Idaho State University
Jennifer L. Robinson, PA-C, MPAS has worked in Portneuf’s Cancer Center since 2002 as a nationally certified Physician Assistant. She spent seven years working in the Radiation Oncology department before transitioning to the Hematology/Medical Oncology department. As a physician assistant, her duties include meeting with established patients, ordering and interpreting lab or radiologic tests, and prescribing medications including chemotherapy all with physician oversight. She works closely with the other members of the health care team within Portneuf Cancer Center.
Jennifer also co-facilitates the HOPE Cancer Survivor Support Group.
She received her undergraduate training at ISU, earning a BS in Health Education. She then completed the ISU PA program in 2002. She went on to complete her Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies through Oregon Health Science University in 2007.
Submitted by ahs-admin on Fri, 12/29/2017 - 12:36
Jennifer has provided the best care and been really informative ! I’ve been well taken care of!!
— Greg Zaccardi
I have seen Jen for over 3 years now. Being a stage 4 cancer patient is awful, I'm only in my 30s and that makes it extra scary. Jen has always been amazing. She truly cares about her patients and it shows. She is always looking for the safest way to treat my side effects (pain mostly but also fatigue, depression, anxiety etc). I appreciate, trust and recommend her very much.
— Alia “Lilybug” McHugh
10 out of 10.
— Geance N
Jen Robinson -PA, at the cancer center is the best. She is always so compassionate and eases my anxiety level.
— Sherri Christensen
I have received care from Jen and the team at the oncology center staff which has made my experience with having cancer, as good as I can imagine. I am treated with respect, my time is valued, I am cared about, remembered and my wishes respected. I feel I am very fortunate to have the Cancer Center in my town and available to me.
— Cheryl Connell