Rebecca Taylor, DO, AOBFP

Family Medicine

Residency
Alaska Family Medicine
Anchorage, Alaska 2016

Doctor of Osteopathy Degree
Touro University Nevada
College of Osteopathic Medicine
Henderson, Nevada, 2013

Bachelor of Science
Biological Science
University of Alaska
Anchorage, Alaska 2004

Board Certified
American Board of Osteopathic
Family Physicians

On Patients
“I treat all of my patients as I would my own family. I think patients appreciate knowing that I would give the same advice to them as I would my father, brother, grandparents or sister.”

On Primary Health Care
“Family medicine and primary care providers are the hub of a patient’s medical care. I love being the constant in a patient’s care and someone they can depend on when it comes to complex medical issues.”

On Interior Community Health Center
“I am an Alaska girl through-and-through and am excited about moving to Fairbanks and joining ICHC. The population of patients I will serve here embodies my goals of being a primary care provider by providing excellent medical care to patients who may not be able to get it elsewhere.”

Dr. Taylor’s areas of special health care interests include being particularly invested in full spectrum family medicine. The phrase “family medicine” implies medicine for the whole family, and that is what she loves to provide. She also love women’s health and is excited to bring this with her to ICHC With two little ones at home, she absolutely love spending all her extra time with her family. She is teaching them to hunt, fish, snowmachine and all things “Alaska.”

Joined the Interior Community Health Center, 2016.