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Autumn Spencer, PA-C

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Autumn Spencer, PA-C

I received my Master’s degree in PA studies in 2010 and have proudly practiced trauma neurosurgery for the last 6.5 years. I am one of more than a dozen Advanced Practice Providers working with 9 surgeons on our team and have recently become the Advanced Practice Provider supervisor for my team.

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  • Neurosurgery

Provides Care Through

  • Seton Brain & Spine Institute Neurosurgery
  • Seton Family of Doctors Seton Surgical Group

My Passion for Healthcare

I realize how blessed I am and how quickly that can all be taken away. I feel called to provide care for those who don’t always have the means to receive it.

Services I Provide

  1. Obtain medical history
  2. Conduct physical exams
  3. Diagnose and treat illnesses
  4. Order and interpret tests
  5. Develop treatment plans
  6. Counsel on preventive care
  7. Assist in surgery
  8. Write prescriptions

My Clinical Focus

PAs diagnose, treat and prescribe medicine. Thanks to an education modeled on the medical school curriculum, PAs learn to make life saving diagnostic and therapeutic decisions while working autonomously or in collaboration with other members of the healthcare team. PAs are certified as medical generalists with a foundation in primary care. Over the course of our careers, many PAs practice in two or three specialty areas, giving us deep experience and the flexibility to meet the changing needs of our patients, employers and communities.


  1. American Academy of Physician Assistants
  2. Texas Academy of Physician Assistants

Why Choose Neurosurgery with Ascension Seton

We have the largest, most comprehensive neuroscience program in all of Central Texas. People travel to our team of doctors from across the country for advanced surgical treatments based on the latest research in the field.

Surgery of the brain or spine requires a unique combination of surgical finesse and technical skill. At Seton, we've gathered a team of world-class surgeons who collaborate to establish a multidisciplinary treatment plan that works best for each person.

From pioneering new minimally invasive surgery techniques to developing surgical alternatives to traditional treatments for better management of chronic conditions like epilepsy, Seton's neurosurgeons strive to provide the best care possible.

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