Grant Medical Clinic is located at 114 N. Taylor in the Central West End. These Washington University primary care physicians refer patients to Barnes-Jewish hospital and have access to Washington University's consultative support of specialists. The physicians at Grant Medical Clinic teach and participate in the many important activities at the Washington University School of Medicine.
With easy-access parking, their offices offer quality care in a comfortable setting.
To make an appointment, please call (314) 534-8600
When you arrive at Grant Medical Clinic, you will be seen by one of our board certified physicians who specialize in internal medicine. They include:
James Avery, M.D., Associate Professor, Clinical Medicine
Michael Bavlsik, M.D., Assistant Professor, Clinical Medicine
Mark Gregory, M.D., Assistant Professor, Clinical Medicine
Joanne Thanavaro, DNP, Nurse Practitioner
Emmanuel Venkatesan, M.D., Associate Professor, Clinical Medicine
Our office has the highest quality radiology and laboratory services on site. These services have improved our efficiency significantly and decreased turnaround time for test results.
Our office is located at:
|Grant Medical Clinic
114 N. Taylor Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63108
Office hours are:
Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 4:45 pm
History of Grant Medical Clinic
In 1939, Dr. Samuel B Grant commissioned an architect to design Grant Medical Clinic at its present location in the Central West End. When the clinic opened another physician, Dr. Truman Drake, joined Dr. Grant. Soon thereafter, Dr. Ray Williams and Dr. John Horner came on as additional partners.
Over the years the group grew and the building expanded. In the late 1960’s, the name of the clinic was changed to St. Louis Medical Clinic. By 1979, the practice had reached the size of 17 internists. Later, the practice split with some of the physicians moving to west St. Louis county. The remaining physicians returned the clinic to it’s original name of Grant Medical Clinic.