Anne Cramer Retires After 40 Years From Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer
Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer PC announces the retirement of Anne Cramer from its law practice, effective December 31, 2022.
Anne is retiring from a forty-year career during which she has remained at the forefront of health law, with a national reputation for her wisdom and expertise. She made a name for herself as a frequent lecturer on ground-breaking laws. She provided counsel to hospitals, nursing homes, community mental health agencies, physician groups, various trade associations, including the Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health Systems, and other health care interests. Anne has been routinely recognized as a ‘Best Lawyer’ in America, as well as a ‘Super Lawyer’ of New England.
She also made significant contributions to her alma mater, Blair Academy, on whose Board of Trustees she has served since 1992. Anne was the first woman to receive their Alumnus of the Year award and received the school’s highest honor in 2021, the Citation of Merit. She was also inducted into their 2019 Athletic Hall of Fame.
Under her leadership, Primmer’s practice of healthcare law grew significantly and now includes a team of professionals, well experienced in evolving healthcare law, compliance, guidelines and best practices locally, regionally and nationally.
Anne’s last day at the firm will be December 31, 2022.
Part of her accomplishment during her career was building a robust team of Primmer healthcare law professionals who continue to serve healthcare organizations with knowledge and experience. For more information, contact Shireen Hart at email@example.com.