George Gushue-Taylor, BS, MB, FRCS (1883-1954) was a Canadian missionary who was actively involved in the anti-leprosy work in Formosa (now Taiwan). In 1911 he went to Formosa as a missionary of the Presbyterian Church of England and became superintendent of the Tainan Hospital. He was subsequently appointed to serve under the Presbyterian Church of Canada and became superintendent of the Mackay Memorial Hospital in Taipei where he ran an outpatient clinic for leprosy patients. This led to his founding the Happy Mount Leprosy Colony near Taipei in 1934. He was a charter member of the International Leprosy Association.
International Journal of Leprosy, Centennial Festskrift edition, Vol 41, No 2. 1973.