Grace Totoe MBChB, FACP has 13 years in the healthcare industry and 3 in her current role as a Nocturnist/Hospitalist/Acute Care Medicine Physician at North Clinic and North Memorial Medical Center, a level I trauma center located in Robbinsdale, MN. She is also affiliated with several other hospitals and health systems in the region- Health Partners, Health East System, Mayo System and Essentia Health System. She also has a telemedicine platform for wellness, preventive medicine and non-urgent medical care in the US and West Africa, Ghana.
Grace graduated in 2004 from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Ghana Medical School with a BSc. In Human Biology and her MB ChB. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the Yale University-affiliated St. Mary’s Medical Center, along with a Fellowship in Transfusion Medicine from The University of Minnesota.
Publications co-authored by Grace include Effect of filtration of umbilical cord blood on CD34+ engraftment, published in The Journal of Transfusion and Heparin management during therapeutic plasma exchange, published by the Journal of apheresis. Her clinical interests include blood safety in West Sub-Saharan Africa and preventive medicine in the sub region.
Her professional affiliations include American College of Physicians, Society of Hospital Medicine, American Medical Association, American Health Council, American Association of Blood Banks, University of Minnesota Alumni Association, Ghana Medical and Dental Council, University of Science and Technology Alumni Association, and Ghana International School Alumni.
Grace enjoys watching movies, listening to music, ballroom dancing, and spending time with her family. She also volunteers at local shelters with her husband and their children.