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Emily Cramer, CNP

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bio

Emily F. Cramer, CNP, is a certified nurse practitioner at Dayton Children's specializing in developmental pediatrics.

education and training

  • nursing school: Vanderbilt University (BSN), University of Cincinnati (MSN)
  • board certification: Pediatric National Certification Board

get to know me

I chose my specialty because...

I want to help children realize their full potential.


I like working with kids because...

children are amazing! It is a privilege to glimpse into their lives and to play a small part in helping them overcome challenges.


I chose to work at Dayton Children's because...

the professional environment is supportive, expectations for care are high, and children are being helped.


Dayton Children's is special because...

of the commitment to provide care that is “above and beyond”


ratings and reviews

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She is very caring, awesome at what she does!

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I feel like the provider didn't want to listen about her behavior and blaming us when i try everything

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Emily Cramer takes time to listen to everything that I have to say and share about my child and really includes him in his appointment. Help him learn to be his own advocate and he's been involved in the process.

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I just would like to say that our meeting with Emily Cramer went very well. I presented information to her. She was very receptive to the information that I presented to her. She, you know, let me know what she knows that she can help me with, and things that she is opening ... open to learning from me to possibly see if you guys are able to help, which was really great. I think it's important for parents with children like mine to be heard and to you know, take their thoughts into consideration, and see if we can both come to an understanding of it, and hopefully progress and really help kids like mine. I think that that's the most important thing - is people being open to learning when it comes to our children with the rise in autism.

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