Abby Spexarth, PA-C practices as a physician assistant with KCUC. She is a graduate from the University of Missouri-Kansas City where she received her Bachelor of Health Sciences with a minor in Public Health in 2017 with cum laude honors. During her attendance she was also a Division I student-athlete with academic honors. During her undergraduate career, she worked as a medical assistant in orthopedics and a peer educator for an HIV/STD mentoring program through the Dramatic Health Education Project. She also got her EMT training in the summer of 2017 prior to starting her attendance at Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas in 2018 where she received her Master’s degree in Physician Assistant (MPA) in the fall of 2020. She received the Harold P. (Hal) Gates Memorial Fellowship and the Bright Future Innovation Award. She was also a co-recipient for the Collaboration & Leadership in Service-Learning Award for her efforts in organizing Wichita State’s first annual ‘PA service day”, where she dedicated a full day of service with her peers to various community partners including veterans, indigent, and elderly populations.
Abby is a licensed physician assistant in Kansas and Missouri. She is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. She is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, Missouri Academy of Physician Assistants, Kansas Academy of Physician Assistants, the Urological Association of Physician Assistants, and the American Urologic Association. Abby primarily practices at North Kansas City Hospital where she is focused in the hospital, assisting in surgery, admitting and discharging patients, rounding and seeing inpatient consultations.