Erin Kramer, MSN, CRNP, received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at Villanova University followed by her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Thomas Jefferson University in 2017. Subsequently, received her Master of Science in Nursing-Primary Care Pediatrics Program.
Erin brings a wealth of experience to the Heart Failure Program. She started at CHOP as a Nurse Extern in 2016 and a year later transitioned to our CICU. Erin spent two years in the CICU learning the aspects of care for the critically ill children with both acquired and congenital heart defects. During this time, she became a preceptor for new hires; became the Breastfeeding Resource Nurse and was a Daisy Nominee. To increase her knowledge of ICU care, she transitioned into the SWAT ICU RN role here at CHOP, where she spent time in each ICU (NICU, PICU and the CICU).
Erin enjoys learning and teaching. She is an adjunct Pediatric Clinical Educator at Thomas Jefferson University College of Nursing. In addition, she has presented at The University of Pennsylvania, School of Nursing on Child, and Family Development.
Education and Training
Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner (CRNP)
BA in Psychology - Villanova University, Villanova, PA
BSN - Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA
MSN, Nursing-Primary Care Pediatrics Program - Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA
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