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Tiffany Dyal, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Tiffany Dyal, PA-C Office and Other Patient Information

Advanced Practice Providers

Nurse Practitioners (APRNs) and Physician Assistants (PAs) are an important part of the Baptist Health team and help us increase timely access to care.

You'll see these advanced practice providers caring for patients in a variety of medical specialties at doctor's offices, hospitals, outpatient centers and emergency rooms. They have advanced medical education and work closely with physicians to diagnose and treat patients, and even prescribe medication.

Tiffany Dyal, PA-C Biography and Info

For the past decade, Tiffany Dyal, PA-C, has been providing medical care in the Jacksonville community. First as a registered nurse and presently as a physician assistant. Her career began in a surgical hospital unit specializing in women's health where she worked as a bedside nurse. This quickly expanded into care for patients in cardiac, postpartum and intensive care units as well. However, the operating room always held a certain degree of intrigue. As a result, she spent as much time as possible focusing on training in surgical settings during her time as a physician assistant student. This ultimately led her to specialize in the field of neurosurgery where she continues to practice today. Her areas of expertise include:

  • Neck Pain Surgery
  • Back Pain Surgery
  • Cervical and Lumbar Arthoplasty
  • Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery
  • Brain Tumors
  • Spinal Tumors

About Me

I have lived in Jacksonville my entire life and am happy to be able to serve my community as a physician assistant. When not working, my husband and I enjoy spending time outside with our three children whether it be tending to a garden or caring for livestock on our hobby farm.

My philosophy is to provide compassionate care by empathizing with patients and establishing relationships that extend beyond their immediate medical needs. When caring for neurosurgical patients, oftentimes you are not only affecting the life of the patient but of the family members as well. Whether it is discussing a difficult diagnosis or a positive surgical outcome, I like to consider the impact it has not only on the patient but also on their loved ones.


  • Physician Assistant


  • National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (Physician Assistant)


  • English

Hospital Affiliation

  • Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville
  • Baptist Medical Center South

Legal Practice Name

  • Lyerly Baptist Inc

Tiffany Dyal, PA-C Additional Information

Education & Training

  • Associate of Science in Nursing - Undergraduate

    Florida State College at Jacksonville


  • Bachelor of Arts - Undergraduate

    University of North Florida - Jacksonville , FL


  • Master of Medical Science - Graduate

    Nova Sotheastern University - Jacksonville , FL