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Taylor Fong, PA

Physician Assistant 
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Physician Assistant, Touro University Nevada

Bachelor of Science, Public Health Sciences, University of California - Irvine

Dean’s Honor List


National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) 

Professional Memberships

Nevada Academy of Physician Assistants (NAPA) 2020-Current

American Academy of Physician Associates (AAPA)

American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS)

Hospital Affiliations

Surgery Center Affiliations
Parkway Surgery Center

​​Specialties: Pediatric Orthopedics, Musculoskeletal Injuries, Sports Medicine, Special Needs

Personal Statement

Specialties: Pediatric Orthopedics, Musculoskeletal Injuries, Sports Medicine, Special Needs

Taylor Fong is an NCCPA  board certified physician assistant and joined Cure4theKids in 2023. She works in close collaboration with Dr. Stewart in the clinic and will frequently assist him in the operating room.

Taylor graduated from the University of California, Irvine with a B.S in Public Health Sciences before earning her Master of Physician Assistant Studies at Touro University Nevada. She is an active member of the American Associations of Physician Assistants, Nevada Association of Physician Assistants, and an affiliated professional member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. 

Taylor joined her first research lab at the University of California, Davis while still in high school and continued research in collaboration with UC Davis Health, UCI Health, Hoag hospital, and the NIH on various studies. Her passion for research follows her into practice as she places great importance on clinical decisions backed by evidence-based medicine.

She has played sports all her life, enjoys working with children, and was a basketball coach for boys and girls of all ages for many years. To remove the boundaries for those struggling with access to organized sports, she founded a recurring annual free basketball clinic in her hometown for elementary school children with financial difficulties or special needs. In her free time, she enjoys pottery, painting, basketball, bouldering, and spending time with friends and family. Taylor stated:

“Giving kids the chance to focus on just being kids and helping them be able to live their life at their best functional capacity is important to me. Every child is unique and parents know their child better than I ever will. The patient, parents, and I will work as a team to make the best decisions tailored to them and their treatment goals. I strive to exercise a standard of comprehensive, compassionate, evidence based, and individualized care for all my patients and take the time to listen, give detailed explanations, and give them an educated choice in their treatment plan.”

Publications, Abstracts and Presentations
Fong, T. , Mabida, M., Namkoong, P., Swenson, T., Trinkler, M., Yudez, P.,
Duford, A. “ Longitudinal Analysis of Touro University Nevada’s Mobile Health
Clinic Data,” 2022

Poster presentation at Touro University, Nevada’s Research Day

Singh, H., Soyoltulga, K., Fong, T ., & Billimek, J. (2018). Delivery Outcomes,
Emergency Room Visits, and Psychological Aspects of Gestational Diabetes:
Results From a Community Hospital Multiethnic Cohort. The Diabetes Educator 44 (5): 465–474.

Article published in October 2018 issue of journal, Diabetes Educator
Abstract published in June 2017 supplement in journal, Diabetes
Poster showcased in moderated poster discussion and general poster
presentation at the 2017 ADA conference

Fong T , Lee. D, Chessler S. “Neurexin 1α, a Neuronal Synaptogenic Protein,
Regulates Insulin Secretion in β-cells.”

First author and presenter of poster at UC Irvine’s Undergrad Research
Opportunities Program; 2017

Downing G, Perkeybile A, Vanwesterhuyzen J, Guoynes C, Pieris C, Biondi C,
Ma F, Patron D, Fong T , Bales K, “Effects of Chronic Intranasal Oxytocin and
Exposure to Novel Social Partners on Expression on C-fos and Oxytocin in
Prairie Voles (Microtus Ochrogaster)”. Davis, CA

Co-author of poster presentation at UC Davis Research Symposium; 2013

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