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Robin Oliver, M.D.

  • Robin E. Oliver, M.D., graduated with honors from Tyrone Area High School in 1982.

    In 1986, Robin earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology from Penn State and was accepted into the Jefferson Medical College of the Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia.   During her residency, she received honors in several medical specialty programs, including honors in Obstetrics and Gynecology from the Methodist Hospital in Philadelphia.  She was ranked first among the five hundred applicants for the residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Thomas Jefferson Hospital.

    Dr. Oliver graduated from Jefferson Medical College in 1991.

    Having completed her residency and internship at the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital,  Dr. Oliver returned to State College to join the Geisinger Medical Group as their primary Ob-Gyn doctor.  In 2003, she joined the Centre Medical and Surgical Associates of State College and there she serves as a Board member.  Dr. Oliver is Chief of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Mount Nittany Medical Center in State College.  She is also an Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, allowing her to teach students from the Hershey Medical Center in Hershey, PA, who travel to State College for her instruction and mentoring.

    Dr. Oliver is on the SmartStart Board as an advisor for children’s programs, and is an advocate for the Women’s Resource Center in State College.

    Robin, in addition to her medical career, has pursued a professional singing career.  At Jefferson, she was a soloist in the Thomas Jefferson University Choir.  In 2002, she performed a solo concert at the United Church of Christ in State College.  Her program included works by Faure, Handel, Mozart, Bach, and Andrew Lloyd Webber.  She continues to sing for church services and weddings, and is a soloist at the Calvary Baptist Church, and is a guest a soloist at the Grace Lutheran Church in State College.

    As a vocalist in the Tyrone Area High School Chorus, and a solo trumpeter in the Tyrone Are High School Band, Robin acknowledges the late Jerry Roberts for his encouragement, the many teachers and administrators-especially Dr. William Miller-for their support in achieving her goals.

    Robin is married to State College Contractor Brent Veronesi.  They have a son Rocco Christian Veronesi.

    Dr. Oliver enjoys frequent visits to the family farm in Spruce Creek, where she grew up, and worked along with her parents, Robert and Carol (Gunsallus) Oliver, and her brother, Chris.