Grace Totoe is a board-certified internist with the American Board of Internal Medicine and the medical director and managing partner at Minneapolis Heath Clinic, PLLC. She has over 14 years of experience in the healthcare industry and over 7 years in her current role as a Nocturnist/Hospitalist/Acute Care Medicine Physician in several hospitals in the Minneapolis MN. She has medical licenses in the States of MN, WI, IA and KS.
Grace graduated in 2004 from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology’s School of Medical Sciences in Ghana. 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. During medical school and residency, she completed her medical electives at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, a University of Pennsylvania affiliated hospital as well as her hematology and oncology rotations at Johns Hopkins Heath System and the Yale Health System respectively.
Dr. Grace Totoe is credentialed with several hospitals in the Minneapolis region which include- North Memorial Health System, North Clinic, Ridgeview Medical Center, Health Partners Health System/Park Nicolet Health System, Mayo Health System and the Health East Health System and Essentia Health System.
Grace Totoe is a fellow of the American College of Physicians and has been appointed to the board of physicians with The American Health Council. She is also involved in numerous professional associations, including The American College of Physicians, The Society of Hospital Medicine, The American Medical Association, The American Association of Blood Banks, The University of Minnesota Alumni Association, The University of Science and Technology Alumni Association, and the Ghana International School Alumni Association. She is in Good Standing with The Ghana Medical and Dental Council as well.
Totoe is the CEO of her self-established Totoe Health Care Consulting Services, and holds a digital platform for a Telemedicine/Wellness Clinic. Her charitable work includes being a financial donor to the missionary work of Africa Partners Medical, which trains medical professionals in Africa by organizing continuous medical education programs as well as donating medical supplies to healthcare institutions in Africa.
She donates medical supplies to the blood bank of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in the past, which is where Dr. Totoe trained. Grace continues her charitable work by spending time at a local shelter with her family as often as time permits.
She was a first-grade class parent for 2016/17 and 2017/18 at Plymouth Creek Elementary School, and a first grade Sunday school teacher (2016/17) and 2017/18 at Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church.
In her spare time, Totoe enjoys ball room dancing (which has garnered her an award at the Snow Ball Competition, Beginner’s Level, in 2014), dancing with her kids, cooking, watching movies and spending time with family.