I have been seeing Taylor for the past 2 years at her UofL office. I was upset to see my previous provider go and nervous to start with a new provider. From my very first visit, I could tell she cared about me. When she came in the room she said she had combed through my health history and she already knew alot about me. It made me feel good to know she spent that time to do that. She asks me about my life, my kids and grandkids, and my work. She has really gotten to know me as a person. Each time I go in, she asks me about something I had told her previously, like my daughter's new baby, and It feels nice as a patient that she remembers. One visit, I had my granddaughter with me who is not a patient. Taylor noticed some kind of rash on her and asked me if she could check her in as a patient real quick because the rash was some type of infection that needed medicine. She already had other patients and was busy but took the time to do this for my granddaughter. I'm sad to see her go.