Robin Zarate, M.D.

Medical Marijuana Specialist located in Santa Rosa Beach, FL & Panama City, FL

About Dr. Zarate

Robin Zarate, MD, is a specialist in internal and geriatric medicine and a member of the Kaya Life team in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. As a physician with over two decades of experience, Dr. Zarate is excited to offer patients of Kaya Life a new set of treatment options through medical cannabis.

After graduating from the University of Colorado, Dr. Zarate received her medical degree from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, one of Florida’s top medical institutions. After graduating, she completed residencies in general surgery and internal medicine at the University of Southern California. She also participated in a fellowship in geriatric medicine at the LAC+USC Medical Center.

Since returning to Florida, Dr. Zarate has practiced as an internist and specialist in geriatric medicine throughout the state. She speaks several languages, including Spanish, and is proud to share the healing properties of medical cannabis with her community.

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Robin Zarate, MD, is a specialist in internal and geriatric medicine and a member of the Kaya Life team in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. As a physician with over two decades of experience, Dr. Zarate is excited to offer patients of Kaya Life a new set of treatment options through medical cannabis.

After graduating from the University of Colorado, Dr. Zarate received her medical degree from the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, one of Florida’s top medical institutions. After graduating, she completed residencies in general surgery and internal medicine at the University of Southern California. She also participated in a fellowship in geriatric medicine at the LAC+USC Medical Center.

Since returning to Florida, Dr. Zarate has practiced as an internist and specialist in geriatric medicine throughout the state. She speaks several languages, including Spanish, and is proud to share the healing properties of medical cannabis with her community.


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