Kwame Sarkodie, DO, went to Indiana University for his undergrad and then Ohio Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine and earned his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine.
He specializes in internal medicine while focusing on research, quality and utilization, and hospital medicine. He is a Co-Founder/Co-Owner for the Ninety Plus Partnership LLC, where they provide sports training and counseling to student-athletes throughout Ohio.
Dr. Sarkodie is an active member of various local, state, national, and international medical associations and public service initiatives. He enjoys soccer, architecture, and philosophy. He is also a former professional futbol (soccer) player who represented the USA at the U-17 and took the world cup in 2005 in Lima, Peru as team captain. Dr. Sarkodie also trained for the 2008 Beijing Olympics as a backup roster candidate.
Hospitalists do not accept appointments—they provide specialized care for those who are inpatients within a hospital or medical center.
- 2018: Ohio Univ College Of Osteopathic Med. (Athens Oh)
- Grandview Hospital and Medical Center