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Meet Kerry Lamb, PA-C, a dedicated healthcare professional committed to providing exceptional patient care and promoting public health initiatives. With a Master's in Physician Assistant Studies from Midwestern University and a Master's in Public Health from UCLA, Kerry brings a wealth of experience and expertise to Achieve Brain & Spine.

As a Physician Assistant in Neurosurgery, Kerry specializes in neurosurgical procedures and outpatient care, ensuring patients receive the highest quality of treatment. With previous experience in public health and as a primary care PA-C, Kerry's diverse background enhances her ability to address a variety of medical needs and enhances her communication and understanding with patients from diverse backgrounds. Her dedication to healthcare extends to volunteer work and conference presentations, reflecting a commitment to improving healthcare access and advocating for vulnerable communities.

Beyond clinical practice, Kerry has actively contributed to public health initiatives, serving as a consultant at Sentient Research and participating in research at various institutions.

At Achieve Brain & Spine, Kerry Lamb embodies our values of excellence, compassion, and dedication to patient-centered care.

Educational Background

  • Midwestern University, Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies (2017–2019)
  • University of California Los Angeles, Master of Public Health (2005–2007)
  • University of California Berkeley, Bachelor of Arts (1999-2003)
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Kerry Lamb PA-C


  • Physician Assistant-Neurosurgery, Achieve Brain and Spine (2023-present)
  • Physician Assistant, Providence - Tower Saint John’s Imaging Medical Group (2020-present)
  • Physician Assistant–Primary Care, Carbon Health (2021-2022)
  • Physician Assistant–Primary Care, Newport Family Medicine (2019-2021)
  • Emergency Department Scribe, Cedars Sinai Marina del Rey Hospital (2016–2017)
  • Clinical Care Extender, UCLA Hospital (2015-2016)
  • Public Health Consultant, Sentient Research (2012-2015)
  • Program Coordinator – Emergency Preparedness NIH Grant, Westside Regional Center / UCLA School of Nursing (2009-2011)
  • Public Health Consultant – Emergency Preparedness and Pandemic Response, UCLA Center for Public Health and Disasters (2007-2009)
  • Program Management and Evaluation Consultant, Uganda Youth Development Link – Kampala, Uganda (2006)

Certifications [view]

  • ACLS, BLS, AMSL – active
  • DEA License – active and unrestricted
  • Board Certified PA-C, Physician Assistant Board State of California and NCCPAs

Volunteer [view]

  • Clinic Coordinator for Central Arizona Shelter Service homeless shelter (CASS) through the Health Outreach through Medicine and Education (H.O.M.E.) program, 2017-2018
  • Clinical Care Extender – Patient Care UCLA Reagan Medical Center and UCLA Santa Monica Hospital
  • Board Member Pueblo del Rio Public Housing, South Central Los Angeles Wellness Station


  • Eisenman, DP., et al (February 2014). Peer-Mentored Preparedness (PM-Prep): A New Disaster Preparedness Program for Adults Living Independently in the Community. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, vol. 52, No. 1, pp. 49-59
  • Rottman, Steven J., et al. (March-April 2010). Pandemic influenza triage in the clinical setting. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, v. 25 (2) p. 99-104.

Conferences [view]

  • Lamb K, Provost J, Cantu M, Gaarde J, Bush-Spurlin J, Jackson MD, Greene B, Kerndt PR. “Spring Into Love:” Impact of a Youth-Led Summit on Sexual Health and Healthy Relationships for High Schools Students in a High-Risk Community in South Los Angeles. Presented at: 2014 STD Prevention Conference; June 9-12, 2014; Atlanta, GA.
  • Provost J, Bush-Spurlin J, Lamb K, Cantu M, Gaarde J. “Spring into love:” best practices for community collaboration in planning a youth-led summit on sexual health and healthy relationships in South Los Angeles. Presented at APHA, Boston, MA, November 2013
  • Kordic T, Plant A, Ruffino E, Amatullo M, Moon M, Lamb K. Where’s Daryl?: Results of a Gun Violence Prevention-Education Program in Los Angeles Unified School District. Presented at: 142th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition; November 15-19, 2014; New Orleans, LA.
  • Eisenman, et al. “A Randomized, Controlled Trial to Improve Disaster Preparedness for Adults with Intellectual Disability.” Presented at VHA Comprehensive Emergency Management Program Evaluation and Research Conference. Washington, D.C. May, 2011.
  • Dorian A, Shoaf K, Lamb, K, Nelson K. "Continuity of Operations Planning: A Collaborative Affair." Presented at 138th American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Exposition, Denver, CO, November 2010.

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We are starting elective surgery with resumption of strict adherence to patient safety.

Patients will be tested for infection prior to surgery for their and the safety of hospital staff.

We have already been taking care of all emergency procedures and helping ICU physicians. With this experience, we are well versed on science based safety practices for covid and non-covid infected patients.

Every attempt to safeguard that Neurosurgical and Spine Surgery can be done in this fast changing “new normal” time will be made so that those suffering in pain and neurological impairment can get the attention they have been putting off.

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