Roger Seheult, M.D.

Roger Seheult, M.D.

MedCram Co-Founder & Instructor


Dr. Seheult is currently an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of California, Riverside School of Medicine and an Assistant Clinical Professor at the School of Medicine and Allied Health at Loma Linda University. In addition to being a preceptor for PA and medical students, Dr. Seheult was the medical director for the Physician Assistant Sciences Program at Loma Linda University, the medical director for a sleep lab in the area, and the medical director for the Crafton Hills College Respiratory Care Program.


His teaching experience goes back to his college days at the University of California, Riverside where he was a tutor in physics and chemistry in the learning center on campus where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with majors in Chemistry and Biology. Later he honed his skills teaching the MCAT, DAT, and USMLE for Kaplan test prep. After graduating from the Loma Linda University School of Medicine in 2000, he completed a residency in Internal Medicine, a chief residency at the Riverside Country Regional Medical Center, and a fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Loma Linda University.


Dr. Seheult’s current practice is in Banning California where he is a pulmonologist and sleep physician at Beaver Medical Group. He was formerly the Director for Intensive Care Services at San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital. He lectures routinely across the country for medical, PA, and RT societies.


Dr. Seheult is certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Diseases, Critical Care Medicine and Sleep Medicine through the American Board of Internal Medicine.


His passion is demystifying medical concepts to his students.









Joshua Jacquet, M.D..

Joshua Jacquet, M.D.

MedCram Instructor


Dr. Jacquet is currently the Emergency Ultrasound Director at Cleveland Clinic Akron General in Akron, Ohio. There he oversees the Emergency Ultrasound education for the Emergency Medicine residency program as well as for the 5 Emergency Departments in the Cleveland Clinic Akron General health system. In addition, he is an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine at Northeast Ohio Medical University and participates in Emergency Medicine and Emergency Ultrasound training with medical students. He is also core faculty for the Emergency Medicine residency and participates in the instruction of general Emergency Medicine topics to resident physicians, medical students, NPs, PAs, and nurses through lecture and didactics, simulation and bedside teaching.


His teaching experience goes back to his college days at the University of California, Riverside where he was a tutor in physics and chemistry in the learning center on campus where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with majors in Chemistry and Biology. Later he honed his skills teaching the MCAT, DAT, and USMLE for Kaplan test prep. After graduating from the Loma Linda University School of Medicine in 2000, he completed a residency in Internal Medicine, a chief residency at the Riverside Country Regional Medical Center, and a fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at Loma Linda University.


He serves at the Ohio Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) on the curriculum oversight committee for both the Basic and Advanced Ultrasound courses, where he frequently is a course director. There he also is part of the Medical Education Advisory Committee and also instructs on board review.


Dr. Jacquet is boarded in Emergency Medicine and holds fellowship status with his professional college (FACEP). He is also a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (RDMS) and holds an Emergency Medicine Point-of-Care US certification with the Alliance for Physician Certification & Advancement (APCA). He completed residency training at Akron General Medical Center in Emergency Medicine after graduating medical school from Northeast Ohio Medical University (formerly NEOUCOM).


Dr. Jacquet is a teacher at heart and while he lectures to local, state and national audiences, he loves when his students are learning at the bedside both with and without an ultrasound probe in hand.