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Specialties & Research
Dr. Richard Taylor, MD is board certified in Pediatric Critical Care.
Education & Awards
Dr. Taylor graduated from The University of Texas at Galveston. He has 1 awards.
Dr. Taylor has 6 hospital affiliations:
- CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Hospital
- University Health System-San Antonio
Accepted Insurance Plans
Dr. Taylor accepts these health insurances in at least one office:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas - 1 plan
- Medicare - 1 plan
- United Healthcare - 15 plans
- Superior Health Plan - 9 plans
- Scott and White Health Plan - 2 plans
- AMERIGROUP - 4 plans
- Humana - 1 plan
- Cigna - 8 plans
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- Where does Dr. Richard P. Taylor practice?
Dr. Richard Taylor practices Pediatric Critical Care Medicine near San Antonio, TX.
See San Antonio Pediatricians.