Kevin Creamer, MD
Kevin M Creamer, MD
Name: Kevin M Creamer, MD
Pediatric Hospital Medicine
Pediatric Wartime Resuscitation
1985 BA College of Liberal Arts, Boston University, Boston MA
1989-1992 Pediatric Residency, Tripler Army Medical Center, Honolulu HI
1995-1998 Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta GA
Representative publications, projects, and/or deployments
- Pediatric Consultant to the Surgeon General, for Pediatric Subspecialties (60Q), April 2007 – December 2009 (active duty officer)
- Chief of Pediatric Inpatient Services, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington D.C., June 2003 – January 2010
- Chief of Critical Care and Medical Director of the ICU, 14th Combat Support Hospital, Camp Lacy, Bagram, Afghanistan, OEF VII, Jan-Jul 2006
- Pediatric Surgery and Medicine for Hostile Environments, Senior Medical and Critical Care Editor: Kevin M. Creamer, Borden Institute, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C., US Government Printing Office, 2010. Winner of the 2011 American Medical Writers Association Special Recognition Award in the Physician’s Category.
- LTG Claire L Chennault Award for Outstanding Teacher, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington DC, June 20, 2003
- American Heart Association, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, National Faculty for US Army, December 2000 – December 2005
- Pediatric Surgery and Medicine for Hostile Environments. 2nd Edition Senior Medical and Critical Care Editor: Kevin M. Creamer, Senior Surgical Editor: Michael M. Fuenfer, Borden Institute, Office of the Surgeon General, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, 2016.
- Edwards MJ, Lustik MB, Clark ME, Creamer KM, Tuggle D, The Effects of Balanced Blood Component Resuscitation and Crystalloid Administration in Pediatric Trauma Patients Requiring Transfusion in Afghanistan and Iraq 2002-2012, Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery, 2015;78: 330-335.
- Creamer, KM., Edwards, MJ, Shields CH, Thompson MW, Yu CE, Adelman W; Pediatric Wartime Admissions to U.S. Military Combat Support Hospitals in Afghanistan and Iraq: Learning from the First 2000 Admissions, J of Trauma and Critical Care, 67(4): 762-768, Oct 2009
- Shields, C, Johnson, S, Knoll J, Chess, C, Goldberg, D, Creamer K: Sleep Deprivation for Pediatric Sedated Procedures: Not worth the effort. Pediatrics, 2004, 113: 1204-1208.
- O’Brien, MM, Creamer, KM, Hill, EE, Welham, J: Tolerance of Family Presence During Pediatric Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: A Snapshot of Military and Civilian Pediatricians, Nurses and Residents, Ped Emerg Care, 2002, 18:409-413.