Robin Trull, PA-C joined our team of Emergency Care providers in 2012 after working in hospitals since 1977.
Trull worked as an RN for 29 years prior to finishing PA school at Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas. She spent a great deal of time in the critical care setting, working in seven different types of intensive care units and emergency departments spanning five states. Trull also spent three years in Hospice nursing. She has maintained large clinic practices and is certified in Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Advanced Trauma Life Support. She also has a strong cardiac background from her years spent working as a nurse.
She has an interest in pediatrics as she had a physician mentor who was a pediatrician. “I love taking care of kids, so I have devoted myself to more study in this area of medicine.” shares Robin.
Trull finds work as a Physician Assistant to be very fulfilling and rewarding as she is able to establish lasting relationships with her patients. “I love the hospital environment,” she says. “I think it’s a great place to be.”
When asked about her family, Robin said, “I have loved being a Mom for 30 years now to a son and daughter who are both married and have families of their own. However, being “Mama Robin” to my four grandchildren has brought a level of delight to my heart that is indescribable! Each of them have a personality and “flavor” that is unique to them. I love being around them and am excited for number five that is due in September.”
In her spare time, Trull enjoys scrapbooking. “I am passionate about this “mission” of mine to preserve the memories of my family.” She has completed 26 albums since she started scrapbooking in 2003 and has about 30 more albums planned. “I have asked God to not let me die until I complete all my albums…………hmmm……….will I ever be done?” she says. Trull has also been involved in music ministry in the church setting for over 30 years, playing piano and singing publicly. She immensely enjoys reading as well as decorating her home. “Since I am single, my home is my place of refreshment, respite and renewal. I love being at home. I’m never bored there!” she says.
Why did you choose CFVH?
I have been convinced for many years now that everything rises and falls on leadership. I have seen this principle proven true, both with the success and failure of organizations. I am impressed with the leadership of Dr. Greg Hanson, as well as the entire team of leaders he has around him. I want to be part of a healthcare community where the leadership is healthy. I chose CFVH because I feel as though the leadership here has proven themselves to be so.
My daughter has lived in Montana since 2003 and has wanted me to move here for many years. I always felt as though someday I would live in Montana. It has been apparent to me that the time is right for me to come. This will be move #34 for me in 55 years of life. I was born in Aurora, Colorado, but have moved around all my life. So if you ask me “Where are you from?” I will likely say “I don’t know!” HA! I am very excited about my future life in Plains. My 37-year life in Kansas is a bittersweet departure as I say goodbye to so many precious friends who have been golden to me. I am most grateful for the opportunity to live and work in Plains and be close to my daughter and her family!