Since 1994, Dr. Lamberton has provided guidance and counsel in all aspects of student life at the School of Medicine. He has watched students start their medical careers and transition to excellent practicing physicians, including many who have cared for him and his family. “The opportunity to know and share in the lives of so many medical students has been the most rewarding and fulfilling work I could have imagined,” said Dr. Lamberton. “I am amazed by their talents and encouraged by their vision.”
“Dr. Lamberton has helped thousands of students throughout his career and has gone above and beyond to help them overcome their challenges while helping them grow into successful physicians and scientists. I am grateful for his excellent skills, leadership, and friendship. He will be missed by students, faculty, and staff,” said Tamara L. Thomas ’87.
As for the future, Dr. Lamberton is looking to spend more time with his family and is planning to work part-time as a psychologist/counselor in the area. He and his wife, Elaine, plan to take frequent trips to Indiana, where his oldest daughter and her husband and two grandchildren live. His youngest daughter and her husband and their two children reside in Redlands.