Kramer, Adriel, M.D.

Clinical Director – East Hampton Office


Brown University
Providence, Rhode Island

Medical School

University of Connecticut School of Medicine
Farmington, Connecticut


Middlesex Health
Middletown, Connecticut


American Board of Family Medicine


Assistant Professor
University of Connecticut

Assistant Professor
Quinnipiac University

Clinical Instructor
Yale University

Kramer CasualA Connecticut native, Dr. Kramer trained at Middlesex Hospital. After working in a busy private practice in Ridgefield, Connecticut, he rejoined our program in 2002 as Clinical Director of the East Hampton office. Dr. Kramer's special interests include medical informatics and the transformation of primary care towards a focus on accountable care and population health.

Dr. Kramer plays a major role in our Health System as medical advisor to our Information Technology Department, Chief of Medical Informatics, and leader of several system-wide population health initiatives. He partners with Dr. Cardona in leading residency quality improvement and population health activities.

What I like best about working at Middlesex...

Our diverse patient population and my colleagues. I also appreciate the culture at Middlesex, which supports us to continue innovating and developing new approaches to improve patient care.

My favorite thing to do with residents is...

I like collaborating on treatment plans for our most complex and high risk patients, who often require a multidisciplinary approach. I also enjoy working together to improve and refine our office workflows—residents are often the inspiration for the best ideas! Most of all, I love helping our residents develop into compassionate and independent physicians.

What I do for fun...

When I'm not finding new roads or bike trails to ride on, I love spending time doing anything outdoors or travelling with my family; one of our favorite family trips was to Costa Rica. I sang in an a cappella group in college, and my guilty pleasure is belting out a few Karaoke tunes.