Meet The Doctors

Robi Burns, MD

Dr. Burns attended a small college in rural Texas, where her grandmother, her grandmother’s father and his father got their undergraduate degrees in science. Naturally intrigued by science, she received a bachelor’s degree in Biology and Chemistry in 1991. Research at the Center for Human Nutrition, at the renowned University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, was the next logical step as she continued to clarify her life’s purpose. Subsequently, a passion to encourage woman to be active stakeholders in their healthcare evolved while Dr. Burns attended the University of Houston for post baccalaureate graduate study. Dr. Burns’ personal journey of empowerment continued as a medical student at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas (UTMB). During her years at UTMB she was involved in a variety of research projects—most notably labor induction research. Dr. Burns earned her medical degree at the UTMB in 1998.

Dr. Burns went on to a residency program in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, Illinois (CCH). The residency program at CCH emphasized high-risk obstetrics and complicated surgical procedures including combined trauma /obstetrics and gynecological care. She received numerous awards in medical student education and was held in high regard by not only her attending physicians but also her peers.

She saw her passion for clinical teaching and community service come to fruition after residency when she and her husband, in lieu of a honeymoon, volunteered as medical missionaries in Kingston, Jamaica. The experience, fraught with limited resources in the midst of positive cultural influences, supported her philosophy that acknowledges, for many women, the answer to the question of wellness dwells somewhere between modern western medicine and natural pathways to wellbeing.

Dr. Burns moved to Las Vegas in 2003. While practicing at a large OB/GYN group Dr. Burns recognized she wanted to practice a more personal brand of medicine. At that group she met a kindred spirit in her future partner Dr. Docasar. In the year that followed they developed the tenets of their practice, “A Women’s Place OB/GYN” with the founding principle--for women by women. Today, the possibilities and pragmatics of this principle are ensconced in the nurturing and comfortable environment that greets women immediately as they pass through the front doors. That personal attention and special treatment follows every woman into her thoughtfully appointed examination room where she is greeted and attentively cared for. Dr. Burns facilitates a partnership approach with her patients by providing the medical knowledge to identify and diagnose that allows her patients to make informed and empowered decisions. Her patients are confident in her skills as a physician and comforted by her thoughtfulness as a person.

Since 2004 she has been deeply involved in health care in the Las Vegas Valley serving as an educator, reformer and advocate. She enjoys public speaking and has facilitated numerous community seminars and workshops on women’s healthcare issues.

Personally she is an exemplary mother of two, a wife and a friend.


Haydee Docasar, MD

Dr. Docasar began her career in Women’s Health care during her early college years in San Diego, California when she worked with an adolescent teenage pregnancy program. During this experience, she decided to focus her education for medical school to study to become an Ob-Gyn.  She completed her studies in Psychology with a focus on Family & Women’s health. She went on to complete medical school at Howard University in Washington D.C. and graduating her residency in Obstetrics & Gynecology at the Washington Hospital Center in Washington D.C.  Dr. Docasar has had the privilege of serving in the Navy at the Bethesda Naval Hospital in Bethesda Maryland. Her experiences have encompassed academic medicine, military medicine, organized Medicine with Kaiser Permanente as well as the private sector of medicine with her own private practice.

Throughout her career, Dr. Docasar has been an advocate of Women’s health care. She has been awarded by the Congressional Hispanic caucus for her involvement in raising awareness in Latino Health Care. She also served 3 years on the Admiral’s Naval National Domestic Violence Committee. Her resume is extensive in lectures given on Women’s Health Care topics. Academic medicine has also been an area of enjoyment. She has been an Attending teaching staff member at the Washington Hospital Center, Bethesda National Medical Center, University Armed Services College and Toro University.

Dr. Docasar is a member of the American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Gynecological Cosmetic Surgeons and is pending fellowship in the American College of Cosmetic surgeons. Her surgical training includes laparoscopic surgery for hysterectomy & ovarian disease, hysteroscopic surgery including the “No Scar” Tubal Ligation & the “Stop Bleeding” endometrial ablation, & cosmetic surgery in Laser lipolysis.  Other areas of interest to Dr, Docasar includes Hormonal therapy, Infertility evaluations and Teenage education.

Currently, Dr. Docasar is in private practice at A Woman’s Place Ob-Gyn in Henderson, Nevada. She is also an integral member of the Laser Body Sculpting Institute which specializes in Laser Lipolysis in Henderson, Nevada.  Her extracurricular activities are spent with her 2 sons and participating in community service within the Hispanic community. Her Cuban & Argentinean heritage also has provided her with the language and social means of helping her Hispanic patients




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