Dr. Patrick D. Grace

Patrick D. Grace, M.D.

Dr. Patrick D. Grace, MD was born and raised in Savannah, GA and recently finished one of the most advanced interventional pain fellowships in the country.

He completed his undergraduate work at the University of Georgia graduating summa cum laude with highest honors. Dr. Grace attended medical school at the Medical College of Georgia and was chosen to serve in the medical school’s inaugural southeast Georgia clinical campus where he participated in unique and direct hands-on training with physicians in the region.

Dr. Grace spent his residency at one of the most respected Anesthesiology training centers in the country, Wake Forest University. There, he graduated with academic distinction and was awarded the Carey Commendation award for Anesthesiology. Upon finishing his residency, he furthered his training by completing an interventional pain fellowship at the University of Kansas. As a fellow, Dr. Grace was selected for advanced training in implantable neuromodulation therapies by leading academic organizations in the nation such as NANS and ASRA.

Dr. Grace has been mentored by leaders in the field of interventional pain medicine and developed connections with pioneers in the field who are advancing the specialty. He is committed to keeping current with the most innovativemodalities and is looking forward to help further develop the Ramos Center’s clinical research and offer our patients the most advanced therapies available.

Although an avid fan of the University of Georgia, Dr. Grace welcomes fans of the University of Florida as patients. He enjoys traveling, trying local restaurants and festivals, and after spending frigid winters in the midwest, Dr. Grace is looking forward to Florida’s warm weather and outdoor activities like fishing and water sports. He enjoys spending time with his family, friends, and his Westie fur sisters, Pearl and Porsche. Dr. Grace looks forward to meeting new people and serving the medical needs of people in the Florida gulf coast area.