Victor M. Taylor, M.D. DABA
Victor M. Taylor, M.D. DABA, is board certified in both Anesthesiology and Pain Management by the American Board of Anesthesiology. He graduated from Amarillo High School and received a bachelor of science degree from West Texas State University in Canyon, Texas. Dr. Taylor started medical school at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine at the age of 38. He received his M.D. from Tech in 2005 and stayed in Lubbock for residency in Anesthesiology at University Medical Center. During residency Dr. Taylor served as co-chief resident.
Dr. Taylor was fortunate to train at Texas Tech International Pain Institute home to some of the leading pain physicians in the United States. During his residency and fellowship Dr. Taylor contributed to the peer reviewed literature and authored a textbook chapter in Clinical Pain Management 2nd edition. His original research in collaboration with Ralph Justiz, M.D. won first place at the Gulf Area Anesthesiology Residents Research Conference. During his fellowship Dr. Taylor received the Medtronic Pain Fellowship Educational Grant.
From 2010 through 2018 Dr. Taylor was the founder and Medical Director of Amarillo Interventional Pain Management. He is excited to join Advanced Pain Care. Joining this growing interdisciplinary group will open new avenues of treatment as well as improve efficiency. The main reason he joined the group is that they are really a nice group of people on the right path to excellence.
Dr. Taylor is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Medicine. He has served as mentor for ACAL students interested in careers in healthcare. He has served as a member of the board of directors of the Potter-Randal County Medical Society and served on the admissions committee of Texas Tech School of Medicine.
Dr. Taylor has been married to Laura Taylor since 1988. They are big fans of the Poodle dog and currently serve as domestic caregivers for a lake poodle. Dr. Taylor enjoys reading and writing fiction. He was born in Amarillo and never wanted to live anywhere else.