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Taylor Jendras, CPNP

Taylor Jendras, CPNP

Pediatric Gastroenterology

Taylor Jendras, CPNP, grew up in Putnam County, NY. She began her education at Quinnipiac University. While there, she joined the Dominican Republic Mission Team (DRMT). Through DRMT, she participated in annual trips to work in medical clinics in the Dominican Republic. During that time, she discovered her passion for optimizing quality of life utilizing health promotion and disease prevention. Taylor continued her education at Columbia University in nursing and pediatrics. She has been particularly interested in gastrointestinal health and disorders as well as nutrition and is thrilled to join CareMount Medical’s Pediatric Gastroenterology team.

When she is not working, Taylor loves spending time outdoors, traveling and cooking - creating her own healthy spin on classically indulgent recipes.



Undergraduate & Graduate

Quinnipiac University B.S. Health Science Studies: 2017

Columbia University M.S. in Nursing: 2018

Columbia University Post Master’s Certificate in Pediatric Primary Care: 2020

Board Certifications



  • Eggers CH, Gray CM, Preisig AM, Glenn DM, Pereira J, Ayers RW, Alshahrani M, Acabbo C, Becker MR, Bruenn KN, Cheung T, Jendras TM, Shepley AB, Moeller JT. Phage-mediated horizontal gene transfer of both prophage and heterologous DNA by ϕBB-1, a bacteriophage of Borrelia burgdorferi. Pathog Dis. 2016 Dec;74(9):ftw107. doi: 10.1093/femspd/ftw107. Epub 2016 Nov 2. PMID: 27811049.