Marie Taylor, PA-C
Marie Taylor, PA-C
- MEDICAL EDUCATION:
James Madison University
Masters in Physician Assistant Studies
- UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE:
George Mason University
B.S. Clinical Laboratory Science
- HONORS / AWARDS:
Academic Achievement Award - School of Clinical Laboratory Science
LEAN Process Improvement Officer - University of Virginia Medical Center
Fundraising Chair - James Madison University Physician Assistant Student Society
- PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:
American Academy of Physician Assistants
Virginia Academy of Physician Assistants
Association of Physician Assistants in Oncology
- AREAS OF INTEREST:
Marie Taylor, PA-C received her Bachelors of Science in Medical Technology from George Mason University in 2001. After graduation, she worked her way into a lead clinical laboratory scientist position in the immunology laboratory at the University of Virginia Medical Center. Her passion for health care and interest in hematology and endocrinology prompted her to become more directly involved in patient care.
While working towards a Master's degree from James Madison University, she developed an interest in primary care and Internal Medicine. The diverse and often complicated nature of this specialty attracted her to pursue a career as an Internal Medicine PA.
Marie is a board certified PA and joined CIMA in June of 2015. She is passionate about her work and helping others. She has volunteered and raised money for numerous organizations in her community and hopes to contribute her time and skills to better serve the community of Fredericksburg.
Marie and her family live in Fredericksburg, Virginia. She enjoys playing tennis, golf, skiing and the outdoors.
Colonial Internal Medicine Associates is to set the local standard for treating illness in an empathetic and supportive environment. CIMA goes beyond the basic needs of patients in guiding them through complex medical problems as the patient's main health care professional, focus on the whole person with an emphasis on disease prevention, and take ownership of a patient's total medical care by serving as their chief advocate.