Madeline Taskier, MD is a family medicine physician and health policy fellow at George Washington University and the American Board of Family Medicine. She completed medical school at George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences and her family medicine residency at Sidney Kimmel College of Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia. Her clinical interests including full-spectrum family medicine, comprehensive women’s health care and integrated behavioral and mental health in primary care. Her overarching goal in her practice is to develop long-standing, trusted relationships with patients in order for them to shape their healthiest lives. She believes strongly in health equity and giving every patient access to the care they deserve. She has particular interests in comprehensive women’s health care – family planning, cancer screening, menopause, and sexual health. She is originally from Washington, DC and is excited to be practicing in her home.
George Washington School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University- Family and Community Medicine Residency
ABFM and George Washington Health Policy Research Fellowship
Clinical / Research Interests
Chronic Disease Management