Taylor Caparo is a board-certified Physician Assistant who grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Northeastern University, where she played on the Women’s Soccer team and graduated magna cum laude. While an undergraduate student-athlete, she worked at Boston Children’s Hospital igniting her passion to pursue a career in medicine. During this time, she developed a clinical interest in orthopaedics and a desire to serve patients at the level of an advanced practitioner.
Taylor then went on to receive her Master of Health Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies at Drexel University, where she was inducted into the Alpha Eta Honor Society. Due to her love for Boston, she has returned to the city and now works as a Physician Assistant at Massachusetts General Hospital in the Orthopaedic Spine Center. At the Orthopaedic Spine Center, she serves patients, working cohesively with the surgeons to ensure comprehensive care. Taylor is dedicated towards providing high quality of care by creating collaborative partnerships with patients and their caregivers. Outside of work during her free time, she enjoys playing soccer, hitting the slopes during snowboarding season, and exploring the local restaurant scene.