Dr. Tamara Robbins is board certified in Family Medicine, receiving her medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine in 1998. She completed her residency in Family Medicine in 2002 and proudly serves her current community, not only as a physician but as an elected County Commissioner as well.
Growing up in a rural Indiana farming community, she learned firsthand the value of hard work. When it comes to the quality of care she provides to her patients, Dr. Robbins’ has been honored four times by her local newspaper as one of “Wells County’s Best Family Physicians” during its annual Readers’ Choice Awards.
She is certified in Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support, and Advanced Trauma Life Support. She is also on the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners which allows her to do CDL physicals.
Married, she’s the mother of two daughters—Grace and Hope. Grace is in her freshman year at Purdue University, while Hope is a seventh-grader. Together with her husband, Bill, she appreciates quiet country living, but they also like to escape on travel adventures when they get their chance!
Dr. Robbins serves her patients at the Goodland Family Health Center at 106 Willow Rd. For more information please call (785) 890-6075.