Robyn Anne Evans, ARNP

Robyn Anne Evans, ARNP

Adolescent Medicine, Eating Disorders

On staff since September 2013

Children's Title: Lead APP

"Adolescence is a time of dynamic change as teens prepare for adulthood. During this time of transition, incredible challenges are presented alongside amazing opportunities for growth. It is a privilege and an honor to partner with adolescents to foster resilience and wellbeing. "

  • Biography

    Robyn Evans, ARNP, MSN, FNP-C is a member of the Division of Adolescent Medicine at Seattle Children’s Hospital and the APP Clinical Lead for Eating Disorder care. Robyn grew up in the Pacific Northwest and earned her MSN at Yale University.

    She specializes in all aspects of eating disorder care, with a special interest in dysfunctional exercise. Robyn sees patients in Seattle and via telemedicine. Other clinical interests of hers include quality improvement in health care. She is especially interested in learning more about maximizing effectiveness of care delivered by multidisciplinary teams. 

  • Patient Testimonials
  • Publications

    Book Chapters

    • Evans Duran, R. & Levens, R
      Anorexia Nervosa
      Adolescent Nutrition , 395-426
  • Presentations
    Presentations Title Event Location Date
    Medical Management of Eating Disorders in School Based Health Centers Seattle, WA March 2022
    Eating Disorders and Exercise Pathophysiology: Prescribing Activity that Supports Recovery Seattle Children's Hospital Continuing Education Seattle, WA Jan. 2022
    Medical Complications of Adolescent Eating Disorders Eating Disorder Training Network Seattle, WA May 2021
    Outcome Informed Adolescent Eating Disorder Treatment University of Washington Certificate Program in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety Seattle WA May 2020


Board Certification(s)

Nurse Practitioner, Family

Medical/Professional School

Yale University School of Nursing, New Haven, CT

Clinical Interests

Adolescent Eating Disorders, dysfunctional exercise, menstrual abnormalities and low bone density. Eating disorders in gender diverse youth.