(ELMA, WA) – Summit Pacific’s Dr. Justin Taylor, naturopathic primary care provider, has been elected to serve on the Washington Association of Naturopathic Physicians (WANP) Board of Directors. Dr. Taylor will serve a two-year term beginning Sept. 1, 2022 and ending Aug. 31, 2024.
Dr. Taylor has been a WANP member for five years, since moving to Washington, and has served on the association’s Governmental Affairs Committee since 2020. He has a particular interest in how naturopathic physicians could serve Medicare patients and is interested in continuing his work with the WANP Governmental Affairs Committee.
“I am honored and looking forward to being a participant in shaping the future of Naturopathic Medicine. I am thrilled that Naturopathic services are now available for the people of Gray’s Harbor”
Passionate about naturopathic medicine, Dr. Taylor chooses to immerse himself in the conventional medical community to bring the benefits of naturopathic medicine to the rural community in Grays Harbor. Dr. Taylor joined Summit Pacific Medical Center in 2017, where he serves as the Medical Staff President and as a resource providing integrative support to his conventionally trained colleagues who are looking for additional treatment options for their patients.
Dr. Justin Taylor completed Naturopathic Medical School at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in 2009 and completed a family practice residency in 2010. Prior to moving to Washington, he provided integrative healthcare in Arizona for seven years where his integrative family medicine healthcare model was awarded the “Most Outstanding Health Organization” from the Tucson Local Media sponsored by Blue Cross and Blue Shield. In 2017, Dr. Taylor decided to shift focus and took a job with Summit Pacific to introduce Integrative Medicine to a hospital setting.