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Elmo Lee Taylor, American physician assistant. Certified physician assistant. Named Outstanding Clinician United States Department Department of Health and Human Services, 1991.


Taylor, Elmo Lee was born on January 28, 1947 in Salinas, Utah, United States. Son of Harold R. and Bessie (Chappell) Taylor.


Bachelor of Science, Regents College, New York City, 1994.


Emergency Medical Technician Veterans Administration Hospital, Salt Lake City, 1974-1977. Physician assistant Fort Morgan (Colorado) Medical Group, 1978-1980. Physician assistant, clinical director Wayne County Medical Center, Bicknell, Utah, 1980-1992.

Physician assistant Westside Medical, Clinton, since 1992. Emergency Medical Technician, instructor Utah State Express Mail Service, 1984-1992. CPR instructor/trainer American Heart Association, 1985-1992.

EMT/physician assistant Wayne County Search and rescue, Bicknell, 1983-1992.


People can get salvation through the grace of God, but also through their own actions. Part of the work of salvation has been done through the redemption of Jesus Christ. However, people have to work hard in order to attain the full quality of eternal life.


Scoutmaster Boy Scouts American, 1989-1992, explorer advisor, since 1993. Sergeant United States Army, 1968-1970. Captain Utah Army National Guard, since 1983.

Fellow American Academy Physician Assistants (Utah Rural Physician Assistant of the Year 1988, National Rural Physician Assistant of Year 1989), Utah Academy Physician Assistants.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: camping, hunting, fishing, blackpower guns.


Married Patricia Carol Burch, November 13, 1970. Children: Travis, Adam, Matthew, Benjamin, Mark, Christopher.