Kimberlie A. Graeme, MD

Kimberlie A. Graeme
  • Clinical Professor, Clinical Series, Internal Medicine, Division Of Toxicology
  • Clinical Professor, Clinical Series, Emergency Medicine
    • Primary Address
    • Office
    • Banner - University Medical Center Phoenix
    • 1012 East Willetta Street, 2nd Floor
    • Phoenix, AZ, United States 85006



  • Fellowship 1998, Toxicology, Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center
  • Chief Resident 1996, Emergency Medicine, Maricopa Medical Center
  • Residency 1995, Emergency Medicine, Maricopa Medical Center
  • MD 1992, College of Medicine - Tucson, University of Arizona


Dr. Kimberlie Graeme is a native Arizonian who received her undergraduate and graduate medical education through the University of Arizona. She trained in Emergency Medicine, followed by subspecialty training in Medical Toxicology. She has been practicing these specialties in Arizona for over 20 years. More recently, she has also become board certified in Addiction Medicine, through the American Board of Preventive Medicine, for which she provides consultations. Another area of preventive medicine that interests her is suicide prevention, on which she has lectured nationally. Dr. Graemeā€™s academic interests also include natural toxins, such as those found in plants, mushrooms, marine life and creatures of the Sonoran Desert. She is also involved in teaching toxicology fellows, emergency medicine residents and medical students. She has been a member of multiple Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) over the last two decades and currently oversees the research activities of the Department of Medical Toxicology at Banner - University Medical Center Phoenix.