Robert Griffin, a physician assistant specializing in neurological surgery, began practicing with Kalispell Regional Healthcare in June 2013 through the Neuroscience and Spine Institute, Department of Neurological Surgery. Mr. Griffin is a graduate of Pacific University, where he received his master of science degree in physician assistant studies. He performed his residency training in the Pacific Northwest. He is a board-certified physician assistant who has practiced since 2000 with Dr. Joseph Sramek, a neurological surgeon with the Neuroscience and Spine Institute. Mr. Griffin holds specialized certifications in surgery and neurocritical care. He also has extensive training in managing spinal cord/peripheral nerve simulators, deep brain stimulators and intrathecal drug pumps. Mr. Griffin is a fellowship-trained physician assistant. As a member of the Association of Neurosurgical Physician Assistants and an associate member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, he values his work and the opportunity to work with a great group of professionals. Outside of clinical practice, Mr. Griffin enjoys skiing, mountain biking, hiking and spending time with his children in the wonderful state of Montana.
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
Washington University and University of Washington – Surgery and Neurocritical Care
Neuroscience and Spine Institute, Department of Neurological Surgery
200 Commons Way
Kalispell, MT 59901
p: (406) 752-5170