James L. Kramer
James Kramer has been a Physician Assistant in Family Practice for over 27 years. He also has been the Senior Physician Assistant in the Hospital Emergency Room for seven years. He has also been the Pueblo County Coroner for the past 27 years and he was re-elected for another four-year term beginning January 2003.
Child Fatality reviews and Investigation/Examinations of Child Abuse Victims are areas that hold a particular interest in his vast expertise.
He is an adjunct professor at the Colorado State University - Pueblo teaching a course in Forensic Medicine and Criminology.
He is an active member of the Chemical Stockpile Emergency Planning and Preparedness Community. He is Hazmat trained and also has specialty training in Toxic Chemicals and Biological Agents. He is a Federal Medical Evaluator and a Certified Mass Fatality Instructor.
James Kramer is asked to speak nationally on Child Abuse, SIDS, Mass Fatalities and All-Hazards Approach to Fatalities.
He holds experience at the World Trade Center disaster, working at the New York Medical Examiners Office, assisting with the September 11th disaster.
Other national experience working the 2004 Florida Hurricanes.
International experience working at the Thailand Tsunami Victim Identification Center in Phuket, Thailand January 2005.