Dr. Nathan Graves to begin practice in Brady Dec. 12

By James Stewart Beginning mid-December, the Heart of Texas Memorial Hospital and the staff of the Brady Medical Clinic will have one more doctor serving the citizens of Brady and McCulloch County. Dr. Nathan Graves, 32, will begin providing family medicine services at the Brady Medical Clinic in association with the doctors there beginning Dec. 12. A native of San Angelo, Graves will be moving to Brady along with his fiance, Elizabeth, and her eight-year-old son, Triston, in the coming weeks. “We are very excited about moving to Brady,” said Graves. “I have been looking for an opportunity like this for quite some time and we are excited about getting out of the big city and moving to a smaller town that is closer to my family.” Graves already has family ties to Brady. David Graves, a retired DPS trooper who lives in Brady, is his uncle. Dr. Graves graduated from San Angelo Central in 1994 and then majored in chemistry at Angelo State University. He received his undergraduate degree in 1997 and then moved on to medical school at UT Southwestern in Dallas where he received his M.D. in 2001. He completed his three-year residency at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas in 2004 after which he returned to San Angelo where he worked for a medical clinic for six months. He then transferred to San Antonio where he worked for a company that provided medical house calls. He comes to Brady from Austin where he has worked at an Urgent Care Clinic for the past two years. “We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Graves to our medical staff,’ said Tim Jones, chief executive officer of the Heart of Texas Memorial Hospital. ‘His education and background in family practice will be a valuable asset to our hospital and our community.’

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