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Sanford Worthington welcomes new pediatrician

WORTHINGTON -- Egbert Grinage, M.D. has joined the team of pediatricians at Sanford Worthington. He began seeing patients at Sanford Worthington Clinic in March.

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WORTHINGTON - Egbert Grinage, M.D. has joined the team of pediatricians at Sanford Worthington. He began seeing patients at Sanford Worthington Clinic in March.

Grinage received his undergraduate degree from University of the West Indies, Mona Campus, Jamaica. He completed his graduate degree at the University of California at Berkeley and medical school degree from Faculty of Medicine, University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica.  

 

His internship program was completed at Princess Margaret Hospital, Nassau, Bahamas.  His residency program was completed at Children’s Hospital of Michigan in Detroit. He is fellowship trained at UCSF Children’s Hospital/ Children’s Hospital of Oakland Pediatric Critical Care, and completed his one year post-doctoral fellowship in pediatric hematology oncology from Yale University. He is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics.

“Dr. Grinage brings excellent clinical skills and a bright personality to the Sanford Worthington family,” said Jennifer Weg, executive director at Sanford Worthington. “Kids and their parents will enjoy getting to know him. Dr. Grinage resides in Worthington and is looking forward to settling his family here and getting to know the community, which he is already impressed with.”

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For more information on Grinage and to see his online video, visit sanfordworthington.org

 

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