Mark R. Robbins, MD


Specialty:

Vascular surgery

Group:

Vascular Specialists of East Texas

Education:

Vascular Surgery Residency – Jobst Vascular Center; Toledo, OH - 2005
Surgery Residency - University of Kansas; Wichita, KS - 2000
Doctor of Medicine - University of Iowa College of Medicine; Iowa City, IA - 1995
Bachelor of Science, with distinction - Iowa State University, Ames, IA - Major: Zoology - 1991

Board Certifications:

Board Certified, American Board of Surgery
Board Certified, American Board of Vascular Surgery

Awards & Associations:

Fellow, American College of Surgeons
Diplomate of the American Board of Surgery
Member, Society for Vascular Surgery
Member, American Venous Forum
Member, Society for Vascular Ultrasound
Member, Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery
Phi Kappa Phi honor society
Iowa State University, member of Dean’s list 7 semesters

Clinical Interests:

Non-invasive vascular intervention Vascular surgery Diagnostic vascular ultrasound Varicose veins and general surgery

Philosophy:

Dr. Robbins trained at the renowned Jobst Vascular Center in Toledo, Ohio in an extensive 2 year vascular surgery fellowship program. In addition to traditional and minimally invasive vascular surgery training, JVC puts special emphasis on the diagnosis and treatment of the wide scope of venous disease. It was during this special training that Dr. Robbins’ passion for the treatment of the human vascular system as a whole spurred him to decide to treat varicose and spider veins in addition to the complex, and often life threatening conditions of PAD, Aneurysms, carotid stenosis and other traditionally vascular disease conditions.
Dr. Robbins operates the Vein Clinic at Vascular Tyler. He uses the latest non-surgical treatments to address vein problems, including Radio-frequency Ablation, Endovenous Laser Ablation, Microphlebectomy, Sclerotherapy, and Surface Laser treatments. Dr. Robbins’ extensive training and passion for his specialty assures is patients of the most comprehensive venous care available in East Texas.