Robin Goldsmith, MD
Dr. Robin Goldsmith is a wife, mother of four sons and an Anesthesiologist. After attending the University of Notre Dame for undergraduate studies and University of Wisconsin for medical school, she completed a residency and then fellowship in OB Anesthesia at the University of Iowa. She received the Gertie Marx Society of Obstetric Anesthesia and Perinatology research award for study of mid-gestational brain injury in utero in sheep during fellowship and remained on faculty at the University of Iowa.
She returned to Wisconsin for private practice and served as a delegate or alternate delegate for the American Society of Anesthesiology in her specialty for over 15 years.
She co-founded the St. Gianna Clinic and the St. Gianna Molla Guild NEW. She served as President of the Guild which was named Outstanding Guild of the Catholic Medical Association (CMA) in 2015. She was one of two State Directors that helped pilot the CMA State Director program which then was solidified and approved as a formal part of the CMA. She concurrently served as CMA Regional Director and a member on multiple CMA committees. She now serves as an At Large National CMA Board Member, Regional Director, Regional Director Representative Committee Member, State Director of WI along with serving as Co-Chair of the Catholic Clinics Committee in addition to many others.
Dr. Goldsmith also co-founded the St. Gianna Molla Clinic in 2014. St Gianna Clinic was given a formal decree as the first “Catholic Teaching Clinic ” in the country by Bishop David Ricken. The clinic continues to grow and serves as a sustainable, replicable model for the entire country which provides truly excellent, truly faithful medical care for all people while evangelizing to patients and families throughout the diocese and beyond.
Dr. Goldsmith has received various awards for her faith-based prolife efforts, including the Catholic Medical Association Distinguished Guardian of Faith Award, the ProLife WI Activist of the Year, Solidarity Health Innovator Award (national), and the Green Bay Diocese Faith At Work Award. She is a Dame in the Order of Malta, a member of Legatus, and serves on various boards to further the
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