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T.J. Regional Health Team Welcomes Tracy Taylor




We are pleased to welcome Tracy Taylor, APRN, to the T.J. Regional Health team. Tracy specializes in family medicine and she treats patients at The Clinic at Walmart in Glasgow. “I enjoy working quick care because I see a little bit of everything. I have learned a lot and see new things daily,” she said when asked what she enjoys about her career.

Tracy attended Western Kentucky University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing as well as her Master of Science in Nursing - Family Nurse Practitioner. She was excited to continue her career as a nurse practitioner within the T.J. organization. She said, “I had been looking at a career at T.J. for a while now. I know many nurses who work for the company, and they have all loved working here. That speaks volumes to someone looking for employment. I also like the smaller town feel. It is nice to get to know people in the community, through wellness and sickness.”

Tracy and her husband, Justin, have been married for eight years. They have a 2 year old daughter, Reagan. When she is not at work, Tracy enjoys spending quality time with her family.

Tracy sees patients at The Clinic at Walmart in Glasgow. Appointments are not necessary, and the clinic offers convenient extended and weekend hours. T.J. Regional Health is proud to welcome Tracy to our organization.

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