709 E. Goode St. Ste. 300
Quitman, TX 75783
Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Board-certified orthopedic surgeon, Richard M. Graves, MD, has joined UT Health East Texas Physicians in Quitman. Dr. Graves treats patients of all ages who suffer from orthopedic pain or injuries.
Dr. Graves completed his Bachelor of Science from Stephen F. Austin State University. He earned his medical degree and continued his residency at Texas Tech University Health Science Center in Lubbock.
American Board of Orthopedic Surgery, Board Certified
Orthopedic Surgery Residency: Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Lubbock
Doctor of Medicine: Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Lubbock
Bachelor of Science: Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches
Texas Medical Association, Member
Orthopedic Trauma Association, Member
Patients’ Choice Award, Recipient
Little or no waiting time,even on 1st visit, very friendly and courteous
— Pat Brewer
I followed Dr. Graves from another town. That says it all.
— Beverly J Dunahoo
It's been several years ago when Dr. Graves did my surgery on my hands & wrist. I had a Ganglion Cyst & Carpal Tunnel! He not only made the scars so small that you can't even tell I had surgery but I'm 100% healed & pain free several years later!! He's an amazing surgeon who cares about his patients! I highly recommend him to family & friends! God Bless
— Aundra (Bell) Harra
I had a hip replacement about 5 years ago. I never think about it. I am a senior and moderately active. I completely forget that I have had surgery. If you need orthopedic surgery this is the place for you. The last time that I was Dr. Graves was my three year checkup. He said that he didn't want to see me again.
— Betty Day
Had recent knee surgery (torn maniscus) and was very satisfied with the immediate relief. I would totally recommend Dr. Graves.
— Pam Stephens
Dr. Richard Marshall Graves performed a full hip replacement for me two years ago. I am a senior citizen. I was walking with a walker in three days. In two weeks I was walking with a cane. In six weeks I had forgotten that I had a hip replacement. I never think about my hip. I work in the yard. I cut tree limbs and drag them to the burn pile. For recreation I kayak with friends and relatives. I will be forever grateful to Dr. Graves and the SS Hospital.
— Granny Day