Spencer Eagan, M.D., a graduate of the University of Kansas Medical School, co-founded Saint Luke's Plastic Surgery Specialists after completing a six-year integrated plastic surgery residency at the University of Missouri Medical Center in Columbia.
A native of Lawrence, Kan., Dr. Eagan grew up in Wisconsin. But to him, Kansas City still feels like home, with nearly all of his extended family residing in the area. As the oldest of five children, family life has always remained a priority for Dr. Eagan. He has been married for almost 17 years and has three children that occupy the majority of his time outside the hospital. For recreation, he enjoys all sporting and outdoor activities including golf, fishing, and hiking.
University of Kansas
University of Kansas Medical School
Doctor of Medicine
University of Missouri
Internship and Residency, Integrated Plastic Surgery Program
Honors & Awards
- International award for Best Emerging Author Paper: The Subtleties of Success in Simultaneous Augmentation-Mastopexy PRS 2016
- Boys and Girls Club, Lawrence Kansas, 1999-2002
- President of the Kansas City Plastic Surgery Society, 2017
- Co-Founder of Saint Luke’s Plastic Surgery Specialists, 2012
- Medical Director/Department Chair Saint Luke’s Plastic Surgery Specialists, 2015-2020
- Committee Chair, Business Development and Growth Committee for SLPG, 2019, 2020
- Nominated as the Surgical Division representative for the Business Development and Growth Committee for SLPG
- Elected as a Medical Executive Committee member, 2014-2020
- Nominated as a prospective leader for the medical executive committee at Saint Luke’s, 2014
- Member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons
- Candidate member, The American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
- Breast Surgery: Augmentation, Reduction, Mastopexy, Breast cancer Reconstruction
- Cosmetic Surgery: Body Contouring, Abdominoplasty, Liposuction, Fat Grafting, Breast Surgery, and Facial Rejuvenation.
- Hand Surgery: Carpal Tunnel, Trigger Finger, Cubital Tunnel, Thumb CMC Arthritis, Dupuytren’s Disease