Dr. Kammerman specializes in Pediatrics. She has admitting privileges at Hillcrest Hospital, and refer and follow privileges at UH Rainbow Babies and Children's Hospital and Ahuja Hospital. Dr. Kammerman has a strong interest in adoption, foster care and advocacy issues.
As a primary care pediatrician, I focus on the medical, developmental, and psychological needs of children and families. I have a strong interest in education and incorporate this interest in my daily practice. I see children with a wide range of needs, from the typically developing child to those with developmental disorders. I see children from birth through college age.
Dr. Kammerman enjoys spending time with her family. In addition she believes in life-long learning. Her favorite place to vacation is the Chautauqua Institute, where one can combine family time and learning.
Dr. Kammerman graduated with honors from Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. She completed her residency training in pediatrics at Metro Health Medical Center in Cleveland. She is board certified in pediatrics and is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Dr. Kammerman grew up in Cleveland, graduating from Lincoln-West High School and was a recipient of The Cleveland Scholarship Program Award. After high school, she earned a degree in nursing from Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital; then went on to complete a Bachelor of Arts in the Natural Sciences and Psychology from Case Western Reserve University, graduating with honors.
Dr. Kammerman's most recent degree is from Cleveland State University. Her strong interest in education and learning resulted in her finishing a Master’s degree in Education.