Cornelia C. Taylor, MD

Cornelia Talyor, MDAssistant Professor of Medicine
Director of Preoperative Medicine Clin
ic
Clinical Hospitalist Service
Preoperative Medicine Clinic

Degrees:

MD: Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR 1990
BA: Portland State University, Biology and French, Portland, OR, 1986

Residency:

Residency: Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, MA, 1993
Internship: Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, MA, 1991

Research & Clinical Interests:

  • Preoperative evaluation of medically complex patients
  • Shared decision making
  • Preoperative frailty assessment
  • Improving interdisciplinary communication
  • Appropriate use of medical testing

Service & Committees:

  • OHSU EMG Surgical Chiefs
  • OHSU FFP Performance Metrics Committee
  • OHSU IDE CHH South
  • OHSU Patient and Family Advisory Council for CHH South
  • OHSU Ortho Total Joint Comprehensive Care

Representative Publications:

  • O'Glasser AY, Taylor CC, Hunter AJ. Beyond the Algorithm: Implementation of a Hospitalist-led Pre-operative Clinic Assessment Before Cardiac Surgery. Perioperative Care and Operating Room Management 8(2017):1-4.
  • Thompson RE, Pfeifer K, Grant PJ, Taylor C, Slawski B, Whinney C, Wellikson L, Jaffer AK. Hospital Medicine and Perioperative Care: A Framework for High-quality, High-value Collaborative Care. J Hosp Med. 2017 April;12(4):277-282.

  • O'Glasser AY, Taylor C. "Cardiac Risk-assessment and Optimization Before Elective Surgery." SGIM Forum; 35(6):9.

Representative Posters/Abstracts:

  • O'Glasser AY, Taylor C. "Beyond the Algorithm: Hospitalist-led Pre-operative Medicine Evaluation before Cardiac Surgery". Poster presented at the Perioperative Medicine Summit, Scottsdale, AZ, 2/2016.

  • O'Glasser AY, Taylor C. "Developing a Pre-Operative Medicine Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents". Poster presented at the Perioperative Medicine Summit, Scottsdale, AZ, 2/2016.

  • O'Glasser AY, Taylor C. "Beyond the Algorithm: Hospitalist-led Pre-operative Medicine Evaluation before Cardiac Surgery". Poster presented at the NW Regional SGIM meeting, Seattle, WA, 2/2016.

  • O'Glasser AY, Taylor C. "Developing a Pre-Operative Medicine Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents". Poster presented at the NW Regional SGIM meeting, Seattle, WA, 2/2016.

  • O’Glasser AY, Karlapudi SP, Ong Y, Taylor C. The Pre-Operative Medicine Clinic: The PMC Pathway. Presented at Annual Regional Meeting, Northwest Society for General Internal Medicine, Portland, OR, 2/2013.

  • O’Glasser AY, Karlapudi SP, Gollapudi D, Ong Y, Taylor C. Pre-Operative Cardiac Testing: Are We Choosing Wisely? Presented at Annual Regional Meeting, Northwest Society for General Internal Medicine, Portland, OR, 2/2013.

Honors & Awards:

  • 2014 OHSU Professional Staff Award

Biosketch:

Cornelia Taylor, MD, is a graduate of OHSU class of 1990. She trained in internal medicine at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, MA. She returned to Oregon in 1993 and to OHSU in 2007 to be a member of the Clinical Hospitalist Service. She has been in the role of Medical Director of the Preoperative Medicine Clinic since 2008. Prior to being at OHSU, Dr. Taylor enjoyed a variety of career choices, such as primary care at the Salem Clinic (Salem, OR); Medical Director at the Salem Clinic; Assistant VP of Medical Affairs at Regence BCBS Oregon; Medical Director of Care Management at Southwest Washington Medical Center (Vancouver, WA); and Medical Director of the hospitalist service at Willamette Falls Hospital in Oregon City.  Dr. Taylor received the Professional Staff Award for "Outstanding contribution to innovation in new models of clinical care" in 2014. Her clinical interests revolve around standardizing the preoperative medical assessment of surgical patients and finding new, innovative assessments targeted at the older surgical population. In her spare time, Dr. Taylor enjoys spendingtime with her two sons and learning to play violin.

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