Dr. Rebecca Taylor Clarke
Dr. Rebecca Taylor Clarke received her Bachelor of Science with distinction from Acadia University in 1993 and graduated from Dalhousie University Medical School in 1997. She received her certification in Family Medicine in 1999 following a Dalhousie University rural based Family Medicine Residency.
Dr. Taylor Clarke began her career at the North End Community Health Centre in Halifax. She practiced there from 1999-2004 including Obstetrical care and outreach work with Phoenix Youth programs. Following her family’s move to Port Williams in 2004, Dr. Taylor Clarke joined a group practice in Port Williams. In 2016, her group practice moved to Wolfville in order to facilitate the development of a Collaborative Practice.
Dr. Taylor Clarke’s career included Emergency Department care at the Colchester Regional Hospital and subsequently the Valley Regional Hospital until 2011.
Throughout her career her scope of practice has included inpatient and newborn care. Since 2015 she has been an inpatient preceptor for the Dalhousie Family Medicine Residency program.
In addition to her own practice, Dr. Taylor Clarke has provided weekly care at the Student Health Centre of Acadia University.
Dr. Taylor Clarke served as a member of the Doctors Nova Scotia General Practice Council from 2014-2016.
Dr. Taylor Clarke lives in Port Williams with her husband and three boys. She spends a great deal of time organizing and supporting local youth hockey programs and volunteering at her children’s schools.
Dr. Taylor Clarke has been a member of council since 2016 and is currently a member of the College’s Registration and Investigation Committees.