Patient Mentor Profile

Doug Taylor


Diagnosed in 2003

"I lead a PH support group and edit a newsletter for the PH community in South Carolina. I am an architect specializing in historic preservation but went on disability several years ago. I now volunteer with the State Historic Preservation Office."

About Doug:

  • Born in 1957
  • Lives in South Carolina
  • Type of PH: Idiopathic
  • Languages: English

Doug feels comfortable discussing his experiences with:

  • infused medication
  • inhaled medication
  • oral medication
  • supplementary oxygen
  • cardiac or pulmonary rehabilitation
  • depression and mental health issues
  • traveling with PH
  • communicating with medical personnel
  • legislative advocacy
  • local support groups
  • online communities (PHA email groups, message boards, chats)

Contact Doug:

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