Denise Taylor, M.D., will be joining the UNM Carrie Tingley Hospital team as the Chief of the Division of Rehabilitation & Physical Medicine. Taylor will begin as chief on June 9.

Taylor comes to Carrie Tingley from the Blythedale Children's Hospital in Valhalla, NY where she was an attending Pediatric Physiatrist for the Department of Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine.

She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology and Psychology from Tufts University and her Medical Doctorate from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.

“Dr. Denise Taylor will bring a unique level of expertise and experience to Carrie Tingley Hospital and the children of New Mexico for the care of children with special needs, post traumatic and rehabilitative conditions,” said Dr. Frederick Sherman, Medical Director of Carrie Tingley.

Carrie Tingley Hospital has a legacy of more than sixty years of commitment to New Mexico’s children and their families.  Located in Albuquerque, it is one of five hospitals in the Clinical Operations family of the Health Sciences Center at the University of New Mexico.    CTH provides caring and coordinated healthcare to children and adolescents with complex musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions, rehabilitation needs, developmental issues and long-term physical disabilities.


Contact: Jennifer Riordan, 272-3322