Bradley M. Taylor, MD, FAAD

Board-certified dermatologist Dr. Bradley Taylor has been practicing medicine for more than a decade. Prior to medicine, he also served the military for more than a decade. He holds an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from Auburn University. His studied premed at the University of California in San Diego. He holds a Doctor of Medicine from Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, MD. He completed an Internship in Family Medicine at the Naval Hospital at Pensacola, FL. His dermatology residency was with Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

Prior to Pinnacle Dermatology, Dr. Taylor served as the Chief of the Department of Dermatology at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. He also has previous experience as the Chief of Dermatology at the Naval Hospital in Okinawa, Japan. He is a member of the American Academy of Dermatology American Society of Dermatologic Surgeons Society of US Naval Flight Surgeons.. He is widely published in the field of dermatology and is proud to provide compassionate care daily to his patients.

Military Training

2012                         Naval Flight Surgeon Course

2011                         Aviation Safety Officer School

2009                         Combat Casualty Care Course (C4)

2007                          Operation Emergency Medicine Course

1998                          SERE (Survive, Evade, Resist, Escape) School

1998                          Naval Flight Officer Training

1996                          Naval Officer Candidate School


2017 - Dermatology Resident Teacher of the Year, National Capital Consortium Peer recognize award for teaching excellence

2017 - Joint Service Achievement Medal, National Capital Consortium Meritorious service as Dermatology Resident

2014- Meritorious Service Medal, NAS Fallon, NV. Meritorious service as Aviation Medicine Department Head, Senior Regional Flight Surgeon and Station Search Rescue Medical Coordinator

2013- Selected for Aeromedical Dual Designation. Rated as both a physician (2100) and Naval Flight Officer (1320)

2010 - Outstanding Student of the Year, Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians 2009. Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society, Uniformed Services University Class 2010

2007/8 - Dean's Awards, Uniformed Services University. Outstanding Academic Performance Awards - Pathology, Medical Pharmacology, Medical Microbiology, Structure & Function of Organ Systems, Clinical Neuroscience, Parasitology, Human Behavior, Military Studies

2006 - Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Sea Control Squadron Forty One. For meritorious service while serving as a Flight Instructor, Operations Officer, and Quality Assurance Officer from Aug 2002 to July 2006

2004 -  Finalist for Commander of Naval Air Forces Pacific-Navy/Marine Corp Leadership Award. Peer nominated for outstanding leadership. Also a finalist in 2005

2003 - Outstanding Instructor of the Quarter, Sea Control Squadron Forty One. For professional contribution to the training of fleet replacement aviators. 1st of four awards 2003. Selected for 2003 Navy Southwest Marathon Team

2002 - Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Sea Control Squadron Two One. For meritorious service while deployed in the Western Pacific Ocean and Arabian Gulf from Jul 1999 to July 2002

2002 - Selected for Fleet Replacement Squadron Flight Instructor duty. Position reserved for top fleet performers

2000 -  Designated as a Squadron Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) Evaluator. Position reserved for top flight performers

1997 - Commodore's List, Training Squadron Ten, NAS Pensacola, FL. For outstanding academic, simulator, and flight training performance

1996 - Outstanding Achievement Award, Naval Officer Candidate School, NAS Pensacola, FL For obtaining highest academic and physical training grade out of 36 graduating candidates