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Jeffrey R. Kramer, M.D. appointed to MUSC Board of Visitors

Jeffrey R. Kramer, M.D., has been appointed to the Medical University of South Carolina Board of Visitors. Members are nominated by the trustees of the university and serve as ambassadors in their respective regions. Kramer was nominated by Mr. Michael Stavrinakis.

Kramer, a graduate of Wade Hampton High school, earned his undergraduate degree from Clemson University in 1983 and graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina’s College of Medicine in 1994. He also graduated from MUSC’s College of Pharmacy in 1986 and completed his MUSC Internal Medicine internship and residency in 1997.

Kramer is a member of the Walterboro Chamber of Commerce, AOA Medical Honor Society and the South Carolina Medical Association.

Kramer and his wife, Rachel, reside in Walterboro, S.C. Their daughter, Courtney, is in her second year as a student in the MUSC College of Medicine. Their son Scott attends The University of South Carolina. 

About MUSC
Founded in 1824 in Charleston, The Medical University of South Carolina is the oldest medical school in the South. Today, MUSC continues the tradition of excellence in education, research, and patient care. MUSC educates and trains more than 3,000 students and 700 residents in six colleges (Dental Medicine, Graduate Studies, Health Professions, Medicine, Nursing, and Pharmacy), and has nearly 13,000 employees, including approximately 1,500 faculty members. As the largest non-federal employer in Charleston, the university and its affiliates have collective annual budgets in excess of $2.4 billion, with an annual economic impact of more than $3.8 billion and annual research funding in excess of $250 million. MUSC operates a 700-bed medical center, which includes a nationally recognized children’s hospital, the Ashley River Tower (cardiovascular, digestive disease, and surgical oncology), Hollings Cancer Center (a National Cancer Institute-designated center), Level I trauma center, Institute of Psychiatry, and the state’s only transplant center. In 2017, for the third consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report named MUSC Health the number one hospital in South Carolina. For more information on academic programs or clinical services, visit musc.edu. For more information on hospital patient services, visit muschealth.org.

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