Amy Taylor, CRNP, FNP, has joined Beaufort Memorial Express Care & Occupational Health, helping ease the demand for health care providers in the busy practice.
A board-certified nurse practitioner with more than 20 years of experience in both primary and urgent care, Taylor has worked in several area practices prior to joining Beaufort Memorial.
Fluent in Spanish, she also spent seven summers at the Migrant Health Clinic in St. Helena Island’s Leroy Browne Center, providing medical care to migrant workers in the community.
Throughout her career, Taylor has emphasized prevention, health maintenance and patient education in her practice.
A Maryland native, Taylor earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing at Georgetown University and her Master’s in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner at Wilmington College.
Taylor will be working with board-certified family-medicine physicians, Drs. Dan Smith, Julian Levin and Dan Algert and certified nurse practitioner Marianne Hagood.
Located across from the hospital at 974 Ribaut Road, the practice offers urgent care services, including same-day appointments and walk-in visits, for adults and children, as well as employee health services as part of the Occupational Health Well at Work program.