Grace Grymes Chapman DNP
American Nurses Credentialing Center
Grace received her bachelor of science in nursing from the University of Washington then moved on to earn her master of science in nursing from Seattle University. She received her doctorate of nursing practice and also completed the midwifery program at Seattle University.
Grace sees patients of all ages and provides treatment for a wide range of routine and urgent issues at Polyclinic Now, our walk-in clinic open seven days a week. She has a particular interest in women’s health.
Grace enjoys spending time with her family, cooking, shopping, and traveling. She also enjoys participating in community service for underserved populations.
“I love working with diverse populations, and those less fortunate than others. I strive to provide the best care possible to every patient regardless of their life situation.”
Grace has participated in clinical research projects on subjects including: Providing Culturally Competent Care for LGBTQ Adolescents and Puget Sound Komen Community Profile Report.
Grace has been a clinical preceptor for many Advanced Practice Nursing Programs including: University of Washington, Seattle University, Seattle Pacific University, University of Alabama, University of Massachusetts, Gonzaga University, and Frontier University. She ran IUD insertion training at Seattle University (2013-2015), training for residents in gynecological exams at Planned Parenthood of Western Washington, and taught a Women’s Health Lecture at Seattle Pacific University in 2016.
Grace participates in local community health fairs and at local YWCA health outreach events.