Dr. Julie Graves
Dr. Julie Graves is a family medicine and public health doctor, as well as the Associate Director of Clinical Services at Nurx. She has more than 20 years of experience and has practiced medicine in Texas, Florida, Maryland, Wisconsin, Washington, DC, Sint Maarten, Germany, and even on a cruise ship. When she got her start in medicine the HIV/AIDS epidemic was just unfolding and there were no options other than offering comfort and symptom relief. Now at Nurx she is able to prescribe medicine that prevents HIV infection, along with accessible contraception so that women can make the choices that are right for themselves and their families. Dr. Graves also enjoys working in telehealth because it provides patients with convenience and comfort, enables them to ask questions at any time, and protects their privacy.
“My colleagues at Nurx are kind, smart, and dedicated. We are a great team – we bring a diversity of skills and perspectives to work, then we collaborate and support each other.”
Family Medicine, Public Health
American Board of Family Medicine
Advanced Trauma Life Support
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Doctor of Medicine: 1983
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Residency in Family Medicine: 1988
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School, Fellowship in Family
Medicine Faculty Development: 1989
Our Commitment to Reproductive Care
Is It Safe to Skip Periods on Birth Control?
How do I find a birth control that doesn’t cause weight gain?
Do antibiotics affect my birth control?
What’s the best birth control for women who are bipolar?
At what temperature should I store my birth control?
Does birth control help reduce menstrual clots during your period?
Refusing vaccines for migrants is cruelly stupid
Your Patient Bucks Parents on Vaccine Request. Now What?
The Surgeon General Needs to Step Up For Migrants