Robyn Kampf, MD


Clinical Assistant Professor, Rutgers New Jersey Medical School



Robyn Kampf, MD is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the Rutgers New Jersey Medical School. She completed her medical education and pediatric residency training at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine. She spent sixteen years at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center as the coordinator of the pediatric clinic and hospitalist program. In addition, she was the coordinator of the Mount Sinai pediatric resident rotation at Englewood Hospital.

Dr. Kampf joined the Rutgers NJMS faculty in 2015. She started as a Learning Community Faculty member for the first- and second-year courses on Patient Centered Medicine. She then went on to become the course director for the second-year course. She now serves as the course director for the Healing, Humanism and Health Equity courses for the both the first and second years.

Dr. Kampf has participated in the IPE program for the past six years. She has facilitated the second-year students’ Spice (Special Populations Interprofessional Care Experience) sessions, specifically the Special Needs Cases. As the course director for the Healing, Humanism and Health Equity courses, she helps to oversee these courses’ Interprofessional Education Programs. The first-year students participate in an IPE Online Collaborative Practice Case Study as well as a program on the Social Determinant of Health and Patient Safety. Dr. Kampf has helped facilitate some of these sessions as well. She has truly enjoyed her part in the IPE program and is excited about upcoming IPE opportunities.