Mandrill R. Taylor MD, MPH
(503) 813-2000
Skyline Medical Office
5125 Skyline Road South
Salem, OR 97306

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I had a wonderful visit and feel this provider has excellent people skills and I feel that he does a good job w/the client centered approach.

May 08, 2017

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I enjoy my visits w/*Dr. Taylor. He's, of course, very knowledgeable and a good listener. Provided good suggestions as to handling my problem.

March 28, 2017

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*Dr. Mandrill was the first person in a lot of years that I felt truly listened to what we were saying and understood that we needed to go another direction than others have always jumped to. Thank you.

March 22, 2017

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*Dr. Taylor is excellent!

March 03, 2017

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*Dr. Taylor is excellent!

January 30, 2017

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As a board-certified psychiatrist, I value evidence-based practice and embrace comprehensive approaches to care. My philosophy of practice is one of transparency, and I consider education to be a cornerstone of quality care. Two-way communication is very important, and I work to ensure health literacy among members and their support systems, which strengthens our alliance and fosters positive health outcomes.

About my practice

Born in North Carolina, I received degrees in engineering, public health, and medicine in my home state. I trained in psychiatry and neurobehavioral medicine at the University of Virginia and had advanced training in addiction at Yale University and international training in trauma through Harvard University.

How I thrive

I enjoy making connections--both cognitive and emotional--and I am a strong proponent of lifelong education and learning something new every day. I like spending time with friends and family, and keeping my body and brain healthy through clean eating and physical activity. I embrace laughter wherever it may lie dormant. I take time to breathe without haste and remain present. I love to travel, and when I do, I take every opportunity to embrace local culture--learning the history and exploring new places. I enjoy writing and love listening to music, maintaining a strong interest in global music, and filmmaking.

Medical School ?

East Carolina University School of Medicine
Greenville

Medical Training ?

Addiction Psychiatry
Yale University
New Haven CT

Psychiatry
University of Virginia
Charlottesville VA

Board Certification ?

Addiction Psychiatry
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Psychiatry
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology