Lynne P. Taylor, MD, FAAN
Neuro Oncology, Brain Tumors, Cancer, Neurology, ALS, Palliative Care
United Council of Neurologic Subspecialties, Neuro-oncology
Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology; Subspecialty in Hospice and Palliative Medicine
Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., 1982
Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, Mo., 1983
Neurology, Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1986
Neuro-Oncology, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, 1988
Joined Virginia Mason
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Dr Taylor has been with me since the beginning of my tumor, she always puts me at ease ever thru surgery and radiation, so blessed to have her
Dr. Taylor is amazing.
dr taylor is the first md who truly respects our wishes, and supports. she supports options. We can not say enough how much we appreciate her.
Dr. Taylor is superb in ALL areas. She is simply THE BEST.
Dr. Taylor called herself to change the date of the appt.
Dr. Taylor is always very patient with me - Never rushes me - I completely trust her -
Dr. Lynne Taylor was extremely good in my visit very friendly & very proficient in all her advise to me. & working on my medical needs.
I have been seeing Dr. Taylor since 1999. VM is lucky to have her!! I am so happy she came back from Boston.
Dr. Taylor´s exceptional care is characterized by compassion and clear information. She does not balk at giving me difficult information. Her honesty allows me to forewarn my family, if there are decisions to be made. What´s more, her clear messages allow me time to process information and take appropriate action. I wish that other physicians would follow her example. Because it takes courage to be forthright with the patient, some physicians would prefer not to give clear information and leave the delivery of difficult information to a therapist, but there is not a therapist in the room when the neuro- oncologist is speaking with her patient, so the ability to be compassionate and the integrity to be honest are invaluable during those difficult conversations.
Virginia Mason has outstanding medical staff. I work in the hotel industry and I always recommend your hospital because of the treatment that I have received. You are a wonderful care provider!!!
Dr. Taylor is the best. She is so super compassionate. Always takes the time to listen and educate. This applies not only to me the patient but also to my loved ones.
Good & had knowledge of previous conditions.
Grateful for - Dr. Taylor is an amazing, passionate and smart physician.
Dr. Taylor is great.
Our 1st time with Dr. Taylor but felt very comfortable & look forward & feel confident. With her addition to the ALS team.
Dr. Taylor was very friendly, very helpful explained everything so I could understand, answered all my questions, I liked her.
Dr. Taylor is a wonderful Dr. Best in her field very knowledgeable, respectful, concerned, caring. She is a "true angle."
Great experience w/Dr. Taylor - extremely thorough.
Dr. Taylor is uniquely kind, empathetic and understanding.
Dr. Taylor was so kind and informative. She was very respectful to myself & my husband. We were very impressed.
Dr. Taylor rocks!!!!
Provider needs coaching on showing empathy.