Inge Taylor, NP

Nurse Practitioner located in Chula Vista, CA

About Inge Taylor, NP

 Inge Taylor is a clinical professor at San Diego State University since 2009. She also works part-time as a Nurse Midwife at Linda Vista community clinic and Chula Vista OBGyn since 2003.

She has been teaching for over 25 years in Maternal Child nursing. She has taught in several RN and BSN programs throughout San Diego. She has also taught Women's health at the Masters level at Azusa Pacific University. She received the Care award in 2016, nominated by one of her students, in honor and appreciation of her dedication to caring for others. She has worked as a clinical practitioner in Women's health for 15 years, caring for the underserved.

Her training includes Bachelors of Science in Nursing from the University of San Diego and Masters in Nurse Midwifery from Charles Drew University, Los Angeles.

She divides her free time volunteering. She is a facilitator for The Beginning Experience, a ministry for divorced and widowed persons where she functions as treasurer and facilitator in the organization, coordinating and organizing teams to people to heal from loss relationships.

She is involved in Re-evaluation counseling, a social change group. There she teaches the practice of attentive listening and peer counseling, with a goal to end racism, sexism, and classism. She is active in her church community and believe it or not, she does have time for travel. She does domestic traveling to stay close to parents and siblings in Chicago and attends workshops locally. She has had a good amount of international travel and is always looking forward to more. She is a master at balancing work and play.

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 Inge Taylor is a clinical professor at San Diego State University since 2009. She also works part-time as a Nurse Midwife at Linda Vista community clinic and Chula Vista OBGyn since 2003.

She has been teaching for over 25 years in Maternal Child nursing. She has taught in several RN and BSN programs throughout San Diego. She has also taught Women's health at the Masters level at Azusa Pacific University. She received the Care award in 2016, nominated by one of her students, in honor and appreciation of her dedication to caring for others. She has worked as a clinical practitioner in Women's health for 15 years, caring for the underserved.

Her training includes Bachelors of Science in Nursing from the University of San Diego and Masters in Nurse Midwifery from Charles Drew University, Los Angeles.

She divides her free time volunteering. She is a facilitator for The Beginning Experience, a ministry for divorced and widowed persons where she functions as treasurer and facilitator in the organization, coordinating and organizing teams to people to heal from loss relationships.

She is involved in Re-evaluation counseling, a social change group. There she teaches the practice of attentive listening and peer counseling, with a goal to end racism, sexism, and classism. She is active in her church community and believe it or not, she does have time for travel. She does domestic traveling to stay close to parents and siblings in Chicago and attends workshops locally. She has had a good amount of international travel and is always looking forward to more. She is a master at balancing work and play.


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