NeuroAustin invests in people and develops healthcare relationships.
NeuroAustin cares for each patient with respect and dignity.
NeuroAustin provides each patient with comprehensive neurological care.
NeuroAustin actively listens to patients and collaborates to explore options and develop a
customized treatment plan towards better health.
NeuroAustin focuses on comfort and quality of life.
NeuroAustin’s ultimate goal is to help make each patient’s quality of life better by addressing
specific and unique care needs.
Andrea Raymond, MD
Dr. Raymond is a board certified neurologist with an additional certification in clinical neurophysiology and is a member of the American Academy of Neurology. She graduated from Baylor College of Medicine and completed both her neurology residency and a neurophysiology and neurocritical care fellowship at the University of California, Los Angeles. Dr. Raymond has years of experience both in private practice and inpatient hospital care. Additionally, her background includes serving as faculty at both UT Southwestern and UT Medical Branch Galveston where she trained other physicians
Dr. Raymond evaluates general neurology conditions and has special interests in peripheral nerve and muscle disorders and headaches. She is committed to patient-centered treatment and is comprehensive and thorough in her evaluations and in her consideration of plan of treatment. Comfort and quality of life for the patient is always her utmost concern.
She is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, the Texas Medical Association, the Travis County Medical Society and the American Stroke Association.
Kim Kostatka RN, MSN FNP-C
Kim is a Nurse Practitioner and graduate of the UT-Austin Nursing Program as well as earning her undergraduate Bachelors of Science in Nursing from UT-Arlington. With many years of experience providing patient care at NeuroAustin, Kim has also been a clinician in several other patient-centered environments specializing in pain management, with a professional background in the field spanning over seventeen years.