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Rose Marie Toussaint, American holistic physician, organ transplant surgeon, educator. Diplomate American Board Surgery. Named Best General Surgery Resident District of Columbia General Hospital, 1986.


Toussaint, Rose Marie was born on June 15, 1956 in Haiti. Came to the United States, 1971. Daughter of Alfred Paul Marie and Justine Toussaint.


Bachelor of Science in Biology, Loyola University, New Orleans, 1978. Doctor of Medicine, Howard University, 1983. Student, American Institute Vedic Studies.


General surgery resident Howard University Hospital, Washington, 1983-1988. Liver, kidney transplant fellow University Pittsburgh, 1988-1991. Assistant professor department surgery division transplantation College of Medicine, Howard University Hospital, Washington, 1991-1997.

Medical director, president Horus Corporation, Burtonsville, Maryland, since 1995. Research assistant National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, 1980-1981. Transplant surgeon Howard University.

Ayurvedic practitioner and counselor. Vascular access surgeon, general surgeon. President, founding member National Transplant Foundation.


Member board trustees Loyola University New Orleans, member institutional advancement committee, member academy and faculty affair committee. Fellow American College of Surgeons. Member American Medical Association, National Medical Association (speaker conference seminar 1986, Presentation award 1986), National Transplant Foundation (president, founder 1999), All African Physicians North America, A.M.O.R.C., CIRCES, American Society Transplant Surgeons, International Transplantation Society, Chesapeake Transplant Society (founding member), Board trustees, Loyola University, Delta Sigma Theta.