Nelson H. Kraus, M.D., M.B.A. 32 Meridian Gardens Ln,Â Indianapolis, IN 46227
Dr. Kraus is a natural teacher and powerful communicator with a passion for helping others learn, grow and evolve in their lives. He is a unique, charismatic and engaging platform speaker and seminar leader.Â Author of SUPER SIMPLE Anatomy & Physiology, THE Ultimate Learning Tool, August 2018, Cognella Academic Press, San Diego, CA.Â Â https://www.coursehero.com/faculty-club/classroom-tips/nelson-kraus/Â Â Â
Member, American College of Healthcare Executives, 1996
License, Life and Health Insurance Sales, 1993 - 1995
Medical License, Ohio, 1973 to 1993
Medical License, Texas, 1974 to 1982
Medical License, Missouri, 1978 to 1984
Medical License, Indiana, 1978 to 1986
Medical License, California, 1982 to 1986
Board Eligible, American Board of Occupational Medicine - 1980
August 1999 to Present University Professor
Facilitating student learning in a wide variety of situations as follows:
ï¿½Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Associate Adjunct faculty at University of Indianapolis teaching human anatomy (BIOL103), human physiology (BIO104) and Pharmacology (PT622) at the Krannert School of Physical Therapy. 2004 to present
ï¿½Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Adjunct faculty member at IUB/SPEA teaching Epidemiology, Strategic Planning in Healthcare, Public Health Topics and Community Health Education, 2007 to 2011
ï¿½Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Adjunct faculty member at MedTech College, Greenwood, IN, teaching anatomy/physiology and pathophysiology. 2008 ï¿½ 2009
ï¿½Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Adjunct faculty member, University of Phoenix, Indpls ground campus teaching a variety of topics in healthcare, environmental and business areas - 2004 - 2009
ï¿½Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Adjunct Faculty member at Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana (Columbus, Indianapolis and Bloomington) teaching Medical Terminology and ANP 101 & 102 - Anatomy and Physiology, Lecture and Laboratory - to pre-nursing and pre-allied health students. 2003 - 2005
ï¿½Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Faculty member at Martin University, Indianapolis, teaching statistics and anatomy and physiology. Head of Science and Mathematics Department, 2003 - 2004
ï¿½Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Adjunct faculty member at Clarian Health Partners teaching Pharmacology to senior Respiratory Therapy students at IUPUI. Spring 2003
ï¿½Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Assistant Professor and Senior Clinical Coordinator of The Physician Assistant Program, Butler University, Indianapolis, IN, 1999 ï¿½ 2002Â
July 1997 to Present Creative Consulting Solutions, Indianapolis, Indiana
Owner / Consultant
Over the past fifteen (15) years, responsible for prospecting, selling, closing and delivery of business consulting services in the area of management, leadership, sales and quality control, to clients in a variety of industries, including Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, Med-Valu, Inc. (hospital utilization review), Pratt & Whitney, Catapult, Inc. (computer training), Project Media, Softubs ToGo, various hospitals and Crop Production Services (Galesburg, IL).
March 2003 to April 2004 Distance Learning Systems Indiana, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana
Director of Program Development
Responsible for working with executive management to develop innovative programs which foster community involvement and growth. Working directly with students to enroll, guide and counsel. Acting as a medical resource for internal staff. Developing collaborative relationships with potential corporate clients (universities, hospitals and corporate entities) within the community. Participation in informational seminars in various locations in the USA, as well as British Columbia, Canada.
August 1999 to August2002 Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana
Sr. Clinical Coordinator / Asst. Professor
Responsible for scheduling, coordinating, maintaining and evaluating thirty (30) senior PA students during twelve months of clinical rotations. Primary instructor of PX311 - Human Anatomy and Physiology for Health Science students, The College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
March 1995 to June 1997 AgriBusiness Group, Inc., Indianapolis, IN
Responsible for prospecting, closing and delivering of business consulting services to new clients in the health care industry as well as consulting with existing clients in agribusiness.
June 1993 to March 1995 Impact Consulting, Columbus, Ohio & Indianapolis, Indiana
Owner / Consultant
Responsible for prospecting, closing and then delivering business consulting services to a variety of industries including Med-Valu (hospital utilization review), Pryor Seminars, and Cellular One.
January 1988 to June 1993 Health News Network, Columbus, Ohio
Responsible for the development, field directing, editing, and delivery of on-the-air, live and recorded, medical commentary to a variety of radio and television stations in a three (3) state area, including WSYX-TV (ABC) and WCMH-TV (NBC) in Columbus, Ohio. Appeared as ï¿½guest expertï¿½ on Oprah, July 1990.
March 1981 to January 1988 Preventive Concepts, Inc., Columbus, Ohio
Owner / Physician
Responsible for the day to day operation and delivery of primary care, preventive, alternative and emergency medicine services to individuals as well as corporate clients, including Epworth Wholistic Health Center and numerous hospitals in the Central Ohio area.
April 1979 to March 1981 Health Allies, Inc., Cincinnati, Ohio
Physician / Owner
Responsible for the day to day operation and delivery of primary care, preventive, occupational and emergency medicine services to individual as well as corporate clients, including The Yolkfellow Holistic Health Center in Richmond, IN.
June 1978 to April 1979 Marion Regional Health Services, Marion, Ohio
Physician / Medical Director
Responsible for day-to-day business operations and the delivery of medical care for a fourteen (14) employee occupational medicine center serving a variety of industries in Central Ohio.
July 1974 to June 1978 U.S. Army, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas & Ft. Belvior, Virginia
Military Physician / CPT / MAJ / LTC
Provided primary care to soldiers in "sick-call" setting. Instructor in Army Physician Assistant Program at the Academy of Health Sciences. Awarded Army Commendation Medal. Family Practice resident at DeWitt Army Hospital, Chief of the Special Forces Aidmans Section (300-F-1) at the Academy of Health Sciences. Recommended for The Legend of Merit (highest non-combat award in the Army), awarded the Meritorious Service Medal. Honorable discharge from active duty with the rank of Major. Vietnam and Desert Storm Veteran. Retired from Army with the rank of Lt. COL.
March 1995 to June 1997 AgriBusiness Group, Inc., Indianapolis, Indiana
Completed a variety of training and development sessions as a part of ABG, Inc staff, including on-going training in experiential learning with Roland Diamond and Associates.
March 1994 to August 1995 Fred Pryor Seminars, Mission Hills, Kansas
Seminar Leader / Consultant
Completed both basic and advanced seminar leader training sessions and subsequently delivered one hundred and forty-four (144), public and private, full-day seminars throughout the United States, England and Ireland. Ten different seminar topics included: Supervisory Skills, Time Management, and Project Management.
April 1980 to June 1981 Kettering Labs, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
Residency training program in Occupational Medicine designed for physicians already working full-time in the specialty.
July 1974 to August 1974 U.S. Army, Ft. Sam Houston, Texas
Physician / Instructor
Completion of required Faculty Development Course at the Academy of Health Sciences.
July 1973 to July 1974 Riverside Methodist Hospital, Columbus, Ohio
Physician / Intern
Delivered routine medical intern services including emergency medicine with weekend and night call.
May 1981 Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio
Executive M.B.A. Program developed by Xavier University for IBM and then opened to the general public.
June 1973 THE Ohio State University, College of Medicine, Columbus, Ohio
June 1970 THE Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
M.S., Human Anatomy
June 1968 THE Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
B.S., Human Anatomy
Commissioned as 2LT in US Army at time of graduation as a Distinguished Military Graduate (ROTC).