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Tasha Hudson, RN, MSN, AGCNS-BC

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Tasha Hudson, RN, MSN, AGCNS-BC

Tasha is a board certified Adult-Gerontology Clinical Nurse Specialist who earned her Masters of Science Degree in Nursing from The University of Texas at Austin. Tasha has also earned an advanced certification as a Certified Hospice & Palliative Care nurse.

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Provides Care Through

  • Seton Brain & Spine Institute Neurosurgery

My Passion for Healthcare

In addition to my nursing career, I spend time outside of work in community outreach, volunteering time for medical missions abroad, local medical reserve corps, the local women’s shelter, and I have a special interest in medical policy and legislature, forensics and surgical-first assisting.

My Clinical Focus

I assist neurosurgery patients at the Seton Brain & Spine Institute.


  1. American Association of Neuroscience Nurses
  2. American Nurses Association
  3. Austin Advanced Practice Nurses Association
  4. Hospice & Palliative Nurses Association
  5. National Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists

Why Choose Ascension Seton

Ascension Seton offers a different brand of healthcare. We believe in showing everyone dignity and respect while providing the best care possible. Person-centered care is an essential part of our mission to expand access to high-quality, low-cost care and services.

You'll find Ascension Seton doctors, nurses and associates delivering care throughout Central Texas Communities. We operate more than 100 clinical locations, including three teaching hospitals and another opening in 2017 that will be the training site for Dell Medical School at The University of Texas.

When you choose care from us, you are choosing care that is at the forefront of medical innovation. Ascension Seton conducts research and provides advanced treatments for conditions including stroke, traumatic injury, epilepsy, cardiovascular disease and many of today's most difficult illnesses to treat.

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