She graduated from the University of Science & Technology School of Medical Sciences in Ghana and has since trained extensively in General Medicine in the UK where she is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians.
She had her specialist haematology training on the South Thames London Haematology rotation and worked in centres of excellence including Royal Marsden and Guys & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.
Prior to taking up her current NHS post, she was a consultant haematologist for 3 years at Croydon University Hospital.
Since completion of her training, Dr. Appiah-Cubi has developed an interest in disorders of bleeding and clotting. She is the head of the anticoagulation services and the lead haematologist for thrombosis and Haemostasis for Epsom and St Helier Hospitals (with clinical and management responsibilities on both sites).
As a general haematologist, she has continued her clinical work in all aspects of haematology including malignant and non-malignant haematology. She has been delighted by the feedback she has received from patients she has treated on both the NHS and privately.