Taylor Fisher, PA-C, grew up in Charlevoix. A love of northern Michigan brought Taylor back to practice with Bay Street Orthopaedics & Spine.

Taylor earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Alma College and Master of Science in Physician Assistant Practice from Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. Taylor also achieved a Master of Science in Education from Quincy University with six years of experience teaching high school biology, anatomy and physiology in Chicago before becoming a physician assistant.

His passion to become a surgical Physician Assistant (PA) came from teaching anatomy and physiology, while his desire to work in orthopaedics came from playing various sports and acquiring  injuries while growing up and as a young adult.

Taylor has previous orthopaedic surgery experience via separate positions in Chicago in both upper extremity and lower extremity injuries and conditions.

After living in Chicago for 12 years, he is excited to be back in northern Michigan where he can enjoy all that the area has to offer. Taylor lives in Petoskey with his wife, a Petoskey native, and their two young sons. He enjoys spending time with them, biking, skiing and playing sports (especially football and baseball).

Bay Street Orthopaedics & Spine offers services across northern lower Michigan including the eastern Upper Peninsula. For more information, call 800.968.5155, visit baystreetortho.com, or talk to your primary care provider for a referral.

Established in 1975, Bay Street Orthopaedics & Spine is the largest and most successful surgical and non-surgical orthopaedic practice in the greater region, and maintains a strong community presence with 7 locations across northern Lower Michigan and the eastern Upper Peninsula. A cohort of board-certified, fellowship-trained surgeons, plus certified physicians’ assistants and practioners, address all orthopaedic conditions through an array of state-of-the-art orthopaedic innovations and best practices.