There were many compelling accolades provided by Yavapai Regional Medical Center (YRMC) employees and Medical Staff to describe Robyn Chase, DO, an accomplished Hospitalist and the YRMC Physician of the Year for 2018. One comment however characterizes the dedication and compassion of this talented physician: Dr. Chase uses her vast knowledge to treat all patients like they are members of her family.
“I am filled with gratitude that our hospital community has honored me with this recognition,” states Dr. Chase. “I would like to thank our nursing staff, subspecialists and my Internal Medicine colleagues for helping me reach my full personal and professional potential. Most importantly, I thank my patients who trust me to help them reach an improved state of well-being.”
YRMC’s Total Healing Environment Physician of the Year is awarded annually to a physician who:
- Provides excellent patient care.
- Understands and incorporates YRMC’s Vision of a Total Healing Environment in his or her daily interactions with patients, employees and volunteers.
- Embraces the Medical Center’s Values of Respect, Integrity, Commitment, Quality and Accountability.
- Is a team player, nurtures positive relationships and shows respect for everyone with whom he or she comes into contact.
- Takes pride in the Medical Center and the community.
“Selecting our Total Healing Environment Physician of the Year is a time-honored tradition at YRMC,” states John Amos, President and CEO of YRMC. “Dr. Chase exemplifies the qualities we value in our Medical Staff and is very deserving of this honor. Her patient-first approach to care and her deep commitment to teaching and learning are great assets to YRMC and our community. I have tremendous respect for Dr. Chase and for all of the exceptional physicians who were nominated.”
Dr. Chase joined YRMC’s Medical Staff in 2010 and is a graduate of Midwestern University, Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine in Glendale, Arizona. She is board-certified in Internal Medicine and completed internship and residency training at Banner – University Medical Center in Phoenix. Dr. Chase also participated in a research internship on vestibular function in Aerospace Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale and is a Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Arizona, College of Medicine in Phoenix.
Dr. Chase and her husband are proud to support the Disabled American Veterans chapter in Prescott.