Dr. Hayley Phipps Robinson joined Belle Meade Animal Hospital in 2015. She is a Nashville native – born and raised! She is a Harding Academy and Harpeth Hall graduate. Dr. Robinson attended Auburn University for her undergraduate microbiology degree (2008) and attended Ross University in St. Kitts for her veterinary degree (2012). Dr. Robinson completed her training in canine rehabilitation through the Canine Rehabilitation Institute in 2021. She is currently completing her training in canine and feline acupuncture through the Chi Institute.
Dr. Robinson lives in Nashville with her husband David, children Jack and Maggie and two dogs – a black lab, Bridget and a golden retriever, Woodrow. In her free time, she enjoys traveling the globe and doing anything outdoors, particularly working in her garden and hiking with her family. Most weekends in the summer, she can be found at the lake in Florence, Alabama or in the mountains in Western North Carolina.
Professionally, Dr. Robinson is interested in internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, rehabilitation and acupuncture. She is particularly invested in geriatric care and helping older pets maintain a good quality of life.