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Amy Taylor, PA-C

Physician Assistant-Certified (PA-C)

Amy Taylor grew up in the central Florida area. She attended Stetson University and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Science and a minor in Chemistry. She was then accepted into Barry University’s Physician Assistant program in Miami where she was awarded a scholarship after only her first year for being among the top ten students based on GPA.

During her time at Barry University Amy volunteered with the homeless community in South Beach Where she developed her desire to help those in need. After graduating with her Master’s degree she became board certified with the NCCPA (National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants).

Amy then returned to the Central Florida area and accepted a position with an Internal Medicine group. After working in Internal Medicine for a year it became clear her passion was in Neurosurgery. Amy has been an important member of the Orlando Neurosurgery team since 2009. She also functions as the Clinical supervisor and provides direction for all the medical assistants in the office.

Currently she is involved in the complete spectrum of care in the clinical/office setting with Dr.Christopher Baker’s patients. She sees patients independently and alongside Dr.Baker. They treat and manage all surgical needs for the brain and spine.

She is married and has 2 young boys and they enjoy outdoor activities such as fishing and beach activities.

  • B.S. | Stetson University – Deland, FL
  • PA-C | Barry University – Miami Shores, FL

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