Bradley S. Taylor, MD, MPH
Associate Professor of Surgery
Vice Chief, Division of Cardiac Surgery
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Dr. Taylor serves as the Vice Chief of the Division of Cardiac Surgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and Director of Coronary Revascularization at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Here, he performs robotic assisted coronary artery bypass grafting and hybrid revascularization of multi-vessel coronary artery disease. He received his medical degree and a degree in Health Administration from the Emory University School of Medicine. After completing his general surgery and cardiothoracic surgery residency, he stayed on as an assistant professor of cardiac surgery at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. In addition, he completed a minimally invasive cardiac surgery Fellowship at the OLVZ in Aalst Belgium in 2006.
He joins the faculty after leaving a busy private practice in York, Pennsylvania. There he performed the full array of cardiac surgery and was instrumental in developing and implementing an advanced endovascular aortic repair program. His clinical and research interests include robotic cardiac surgery, hybrid revascularization of coronary arteries, valvular heart disease, endovascular and open repair of aortic pathology including aneurysms and dissections. He is also involved in the transcatheter aortic valve repair program.
Dr. Taylor was named a "Top Doctor" in the specialty of Cardiac Surgery: Mitral Valve/Aortic Valve/Coronary Artery Bypass by Baltimore magazine in 2016.
UM Prince George's Hospital Center
UM St. Joseph Medical Center
University of Maryland Medical Center
Member of UM Faculty Physicians, Inc.
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Emory University School of Medicine, 1988
UPMC-University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 1994
UPMC-University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, 2000
UPMC-University of Pittsburgh Medical Center - Cardiothoracic Surgery, 2002
American Board of Thoracic Surgery - Thoracic and Cardiac Surgery, 2014