Sean Kramer MSHS, PA-C
Sean Kramer, MSHS, PA-C is the Physician Assistant Program Academic Coordinator and Assistant Professor at Lake Erie College. In addition, he actively practices as an emergency medicine physician assistant.
Professor Kramer graduated locally at Walsh Jesuit High School. He earned his Bachelor’s of Science cum laude majoring in Animal Physiology and Zoology and minoring in pre-medicine and mass media production at the University of Akron. He later earned a Master’s of Science in Health Sciences and Physician Assistant Studies at Cleveland State University and Cuyahoga Community College.
After graduating, he began working as a physician assistant at University Hospitals Emergency Department. He later began working at other community hospital emergency departments including Ahuja Medical Center, St. Vincent Charity Medical Center, and Good Samaritan Hospital. Each hospital has had unique socioeconomic and medical diversity.
While practicing as an emergency medicine physician assistant, Professor Kramer has been a preceptor for numerous students and has had many undergraduates shadow him. He learned that he enjoyed teaching just as much as practicing. In 2012, he decided to join Professor Weber in developing the Lake Erie College PA Program. He assumed the role of Academic Coordinator and has lead development of the curriculum in the didactic phase.
Professor Kramer has taught undergraduate biology courses at Lake Erie College and guest lectured at Mount Union’s PA Program. He serves on the PA Program Admissions and Advisory Committee. He also serves on the Lake Erie College Faculty Senate and Academic Standards Committee. In the community, he volunteers as a youth softball coach.
His primary medical interests include cardiology, pulmonology, infectious disease, emergency medicine, critical care, procedures, sleep medicine, and nutrition. Personal interests include spending time with family, mixed martial arts, scuba diving, and videography. His personal mission is to develop new physician assistants that pass their boards on their first attempt and that he would trust with his life.