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About Kerrin Craig DePeter, MD
Dr. Kerrin DePeter is an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (in Emergency Medicine) at the Columbia University Medical Center. Dr. DePeter is a physician in the Department of Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) at Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons where she has been faculty for over 6 years.
Dr. DePeter is a member of the New York-Presbyterian (NYP) Telehealth (Virtual Care) Leadership team, acting as an instructor and facilitator for the NYP Virtual Care Clinic and scribe education programs. Her responsibilities include providing formal instruction/education on managing adult and pediatric patients on NYP Telehealth utilizing the EPIC EMR services to pediatric and general emergency medicine providers. She has been active in the development and implementation of the NYP Telehealth provider trainings and of the Virtual Telehealth Scribe Program.
Dr. DePeter is invested in the education, academic and scholarly achievements, and clinical training of the residents rotating in the Pediatric Emergency Department. She is currently the PEM co-director of the education (curriculum) and rotation for the NYP/Columbia Emergency Medicine residents. Dr. DePeter is also the liaison for the PEM rotation/education of the NYP/Columbia Family Medicine and In- Rotator residents. In addition, she is actively involved in clinical research related to pain/sedation management in the pediatric emergency medicine population.
- Fellowship: Jacobi Medical Center
- Residency: Massachusetts General Hospital
Titles & Positions
- Assistant Professor of Pediatrics (in Emergency Medicine) at CUMC
- NewYork-Presbyterian / Columbia University Irving Medical Center
- NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital