Dr. Daniel Grossman

Senior Director, Global Health Innovation
Daniel Grossman, M.D., is Senior Director of Global Health Innovation at Medtronic, Inc., and leads Medtronic’s corporate efforts in global health. Global Health at Medtronic focuses on vertically-integrated programs that are financially self-sustainable and scalable and that address unmet clinical needs of underserved patients in low-resource settings. Daniel joined Medtronic from Stanford University, where he was on the faculty of the Division of Emergency Medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine and an attending physician in the Emergency Department at Stanford University Medical Center. Daniel was also on the clinical staff of Kaiser Permanente Redwood City, California. Daniel received his B.A. from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, and subsequently served on the Board of Regents of the College. He received his MD and MBA from the Medical Scholars Program, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Daniel trained in Emergency Medicine at the Stanford University/Kaiser Permanente Emergency Medicine Residency Program. He served as Chief Resident and practiced clinically at John F. Kennedy Hospital in Liberia, West Africa during residency. After completing residency training, Daniel joined the clinical faculty of Stanford University and completed a fellowship in International Emergency Medicine. As part of the fellowship, he worked closely with EMRI (Hyderabad, India) to design a curriculum for physicians from district hospitals; he consulted for the government of Uttarakhand, India on mobile-care delivery in rural settings; and he collaborated with an NGO in Cambodia to implement a triage system at a government hospital. He also was a two-week visiting professor at the University of Zimbabwe and Parirenyatwa Hospital in Harare. Daniel’s business experience includes Mayo Medical Ventures, Paramount BioCapital, and Boston Consulting Group. He was also a consultant for venture capital firms in the Bay Area. Daniel remains on the clinical faculty at Stanford University, and is currently on a leave of absence. While working in his global health role at Medtronic, Daniel maintains his clinical practice in Emergency Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota and at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.