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The Hamilton Review

Mar 15, 2022

Join us for the latest episode of The Hamilton Review Podcast! In this conversation, Dr. Bob has a great discussion with Dr. Robert Lerer, a pediatrician, professor and medical humanitarian. Dr. Lerer shares his personal and medical background, as well as the wonderful mission work he has been blessed to do over many years.

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Dr. Robert Lerer Biography  

Dr. Robert Lerer is an honors graduate of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and he completed pediatric residency at Yale. He practices pediatrics in the Cincinnati area and was the Commissioner of Public Health for 42 years until his retirement in 2017. He is an associate professor of pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and specializes in the care and treatment of children with handicaps and disabilities. Dr. Lerer volunteers a month a year with medical humanitarian organizations rendering primary care in third world countries. He has been a visiting professor of pediatrics in many countries in Central and South America, the Caribbean, Eastern Europe and Asia. He is married and has four adult sons and daughters. Dr. Lerer has won numerous awards for his lifetime of work in pediatrics, child development and public health. Last year, his medical Alma Mater, Johns Hopkins, awarded Dr. Lerer the Samuel Asper Award for achievement in advancing medical education internationally. 
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