David Taing, M.D.

Vice-Chief of Staff

David Taing, MD, DC, CAQSM is currently offering family medicine and sports medicine care in Chipley, Florida. Born in Cambodia, he was sponsored at the age of six to the United States by a Christian American family from Massachusetts.

After receiving his undergraduate education at Tufts University, he went to receive his D.C. from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose, California. He obtained his medical degree from St. Matthew’s University in San Pedro, Belize. He completed his family medicine residency at the Greenville Hospital System in Greenville, South Carolina. During his third year of residency, he served as Chief Resident and participated in a medical mission trip to Haiti. He was awarded the Resident of the Year 2006 by the South Carolina Academy of Family Physicians. He completed his sports medicine fellowship at Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany, Georgia. During his sports medicine fellowhip, he served as Team Physician for Albany State University and several local high schools. He also worked professionally with the Atlanta Falcons, WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment), and AVP (Association of Volleyball Professionals). Dr. Taing was named as one of America’s Top Family Doctors in 2009 and 2010 by the Consumer’s Research Council of America.

When time allows, Dr. Taing enjoys traveling, fishing, sports, and spending time with his lovely wife, Marlene.

OFFICE LOCATION: Northwest Florida Community Hospital
Specialty Center (Medical Office Building on the east side of the hospital campus)
1360 Brickyard Road
Chipley, FL 32428

TO SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT: Please call the friendly staff at Dr. Taing’s office at (850)415-8303
(Accepting new patients and specialty non-operative orthopedic cases)

OFFICE HOURS: Dr. Taing is available Monday through Thursday 8:00am – 5:00pm and from 8:00am-12:00pm on Friday
(Office closed 12-1 daily for lunch)

Family Medicine for the whole family
Sports Medicine
Treats bursitis, arthritis, rotator cuff injuries, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel, etc.
Cortisone injections, trigger point injections