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Foundation for Healthy Aging Faculy, Contributors and Board Members

Beth Traylor, MD


Dr. Beth Traylor graduated with her medical degree from The Chicago Medical School/ Rosalind Franklin University of Health Sciences in 1984. She completed her residency in Family Medicine at St. Joseph Hospital in Chicago, IL, a Northwestern University affiliate program.

Dr. Traylor has been a Board certified Family Physician since 1987. During her 30+ year career as a practicing physician, she has focused on women’s health and hormone replacement therapy.

It was on her own personal journey for optimal health that she began to study the science of Healthy Aging Medicine. This emerging field of medicine believes that there are evidence based guidelines that can lead us on a proactive approach to wellness and disease prevention.

Dr. Traylor earned her Foundation certification in 2002 and has practiced with an internationally renowned elite medical group, as a Senior Institute Physician since that time.

Dr. Traylor has served as the President of the Board of the Foundation for Healthy Aging since 2010. The Foundation, whose mission is to train doctors from across the globe, focuses on how to apply the science of lifestyle management, healthy aging and support research in the field.

She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians, a Diplomate of the American Academy of Family Medicine, a member of the International and North American Menopause Societies, the American Society for Nutrition, The Endocrine Society, and The American College of Preventive Medicine.