Dr. Craner's philosophy for the practice of Occupational & Environmental Medicine is to address diagnosis, causation, and related questions about occupational or environmental diseases and risks through a thorough, objective, yet compassionate evaluation of the problem.
When providing medical surveillance and consultation services on behalf of an employer, Dr. Craner recognizes his paramount ethical obligation to protect the health and safety of the employees on whose behalf these services are conducted.
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Dr. James Craner is an Occupational and Environmental Medicine physician based in Reno, Nevada.
He is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Medical School. He completed residency training in Internal Medicine at Brown University, and in Occupational Medicine at Rutgers University, where he also received his Master of Public Health degree.
Dr. Craner has over 20 years' experience in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of occupational and environmental diseases. He specializes in medical surveillance, biological monitoring, noise exposure and audiometry interpretation, and regulatory compliance consultation and Best Practices program development for hazardous, highly regulated industries in the US and other nations. He serves as an assistant clinical professor at University of California-San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine and is the author of Medical Surveillance chapter in the most recent edition of the textbook, Current Occupational & Environmental Medicine.
Dr. Craner is also the creator of webOSCAR, a web-based software system that automates and streamlines the process of managing health and safety compliance data and requirements.