Nephrology is a unique field where knowledge of human physiology is central to understanding, diagnosing, and treating patients. Dr. Kremer has always been naturally attracted to understanding how and why the human body works. This is reflected in his training from college through his master’s degree and in medical school as well. His expertise is in helping his patients determine what procedures are needed and getting them to the right expert.
What sets Dr. Kremer apart is his role in all three avenues of medicine, namely, patient care, education, and research. He is actively involved in the education of medical students and medical residents at The Christ Hospital. In addition, he is actively involved in multiple research projects with a focus on therapy for kidney transplant recipients.
Mount Auburn Office
Medical Director, Christ Kidney Transplant Program
Medical Director, Christ Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee
Medical Director, Davita Mt Auburn Dialysis Clinic
Internal Medicine; Nephrology
University of Chicago
The Mayo Clinic
University of Kentucky
American Society of Transplantation
National Kidney Foundation
American Society of Nephrology
Additional areas of clinical expertise, training, subspecialty certifications, or interests:
Master of Science in Human Physiology