Dr. Creamer is offering traditional primary care for all ages as well as acupuncture therapy. She enjoys working with a wide range of patients, from newborns to elderly individuals. Dr. Creamer states, “I want my patients to feel completely at ease and know that I treat them as if they are a part of my family.”
Dr. Creamer’s inspiration to become a physician dates back to her grandfather, who served as a tropical medicine physician for the World Health Organization treating malaria and other infectious diseases. He became her role model through his service and profound impact on large ethnic communities. Dr. Creamer’s experience in the healthcare field began in high school with front and back medical office training. In addition, she worked in the clinical lab at the University of California, Irvine and as a medical assistant and a phlebotomist throughout college. She had a wonderful time during medical mission trips to Sinaloa, Mexico and Quetzaltenango, Guatemala as well. All of these experiences confirmed that medicine was the right profession for Dr. Creamer.
Dr. Creamer received her Master’s in Pharmacology from Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana and her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California. She completed her dual residency training in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at Loma Linda University Medical Center.
Having grown up in Orange County, Dr. Creamer is thrilled to serve her hometown community. She enjoys spending time with her family and seeks balance with her work by going to concerts, taking care of her cats, reading, and vegetarian cooking.