Laura Taylor

Title(s)Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine (Clinician Educator) (Part-Time)
Address1520 San Pablo Street
Health Sciences Campus
Los Angeles CA 90033
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    Laura Taylor, MD is a board-certified family practice physician. Dr. Taylor’s interests within family medicine include caring for the LGBTQ+ community, women's and reproductive health, and pediatrics.

    Dr. Taylor believes in patient centered care, meaning that patients can make the best decisions for their own health when they understand and are educated in their medical conditions and treatment options. She tries to work together with her patients to achieve their own health and wellness goals. She believes in helping people use lifestyle, nutrition and exercise to keep themselves healthy and prevent disease. She addresses both her patients’ physical and emotional wellness and enjoys getting to know her patients as individuals.

    Dr. Taylor has experience providing primary care and hormone management for transgender individuals and all patients across the spectrum of gender and sexuality. She can address preventive screenings and exams, family planning, and sexual health concerns, among other needs. She enjoys caring for patients of all ages and stages of life, including well-child care and caring for families.

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    1. The Impact of Elder Abuse on a Growing Senior Veteran Population. Fed Pract. 2016 Aug; 33(8):22-26. Vognar L, Dosa D, Taylor L. PMID: 30766195.
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    2. Dystrophin quantification: Biological and translational research implications. Neurology. 2014 Nov 25; 83(22):2062-9. Anthony K, Arechavala-Gomeza V, Taylor LE, Vulin A, Kaminoh Y, Torelli S, Feng L, Janghra N, Bonne G, Beuvin M, Barresi R, Henderson M, Laval S, Lourbakos A, Campion G, Straub V, Voit T, Sewry CA, Morgan JE, Flanigan KM, Muntoni F. PMID: 25355828.
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