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Chase City Primary Care Center Welcomes Two New Providers


Chase City Primary Care Center, a practice of VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital, would like to welcome Dr. Graham Keats and Mary Rose Jayme, Nurse Practitioner, as the new health care providers for the practice. 

Dr. Keats is not new to VCU Health CMH as he has worked as a physician in the Emergency Department for the past four years.  He is a highly experienced physician that brings more than 40 years of experience to Chase City Primary Care Center. 

Dr. Keats is originally from Canada and received his General Science, Prerequisites for Medicine from Victoria College and his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Toronto, both located in Toronto, Canada.  He completed his Family Medicine residency with Obstetrics and Emergency Room Training at Sunnybrook Medical Center also in Toronto, Canada.  

Mary Rose Jayme comes to Chase City Primary Care Center with more than 18 years of experience and most recently worked for VCU Health System in Richmond, Virginia.  She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Trinity College of Asia located in Quezon City, Philippines and her Master of Science in Nursing Education and her Advanced Practice Nurse Graduate-FNP from Chamberlain College of Nursing in Downer Grove, Illinois. 

Dr. Keats enjoys spending time with family, reading and travelling.  Mary Rose Jayme spends her free time singing, reading, watching movies and going on shopping trips with her family.

Dr. Keats and Nurse Practitioner Jayme are currently accepting new patients; to schedule an appointment call (434) 372-0900.

Graham Keats, M.D.

Mary Rose Jayme, FNP