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This organization has been formed to dramatically reduce and/or eliminate barriers to various healthcare needs that affect many veterans.  We strive to improve the lives of veterans suffering from various chronic and acute conditions, as well as PTSD.  We are committed to serving all veterans, regardless of financial and insurability circumstances.

Medical Director

Dr. Hawkins is also MAJ Hawkins, having served two tours in the US Army Medical Corps as combat stress psychiatrist and reintegration psychiatrist in Kosovo and Landstuhl, Germany, in support of our troops. As a result, MAJ Hawkins has gained invaluable experience in treating soldiers, veterans, and civilians with PTSD and TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury). Dr. Hawkins has developed the TMS Depression Center of Mansfield, as a neuromodulation Division of Hawkins Psychiatry offering Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and Micro Current neurofeedback as non-medicinal, non-invasive options of effectively treating a variety of psychiatric conditions including Clinical Depression and PTSD.

NEXUS letters are letters from a veteran’s current physician stating their medical opinion regarding the service-connection of a veteran’s condition(s). The VA is required by law to have clear and definite proof that a condition was caused by military service and no other cause before they can provide disability benefits. MAJ Hawkins has experience writing Nexus letters for Veterans filing VA disability claims. If you desire this service, MAJ  Hawkins will need complete medical records relevant to your relevant medical condition.

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Frequently Asked

How does Veterans Healthcare Alliance differ from the healthcare services provided by the VA?

Veterans Healthcare Alliance contracts with many different healthcare professionals to meet the immediate needs of the veteran community by dramatically reducing and/or eliminating the various barriers and waiting periods typically associated with the VA. 

Does Veterans Healthcare Alliance require a DD-214?

Yes.  Veterans Healthcare Alliance operates independently to meet the needs of our veteran community.  It should also be noted that Veterans Healthcare Alliance treats ALL veterans regardless of discharge status. 

Does Veteran Healthcare Alliance provide Mental Health or just general medicine?

Yes.  Veterans Healthcare Alliance has contracted with numerous specialists to treat the needs of our veterans suffering from stress, anxiety, PTSD, traumatic brain injuries, depression, and addiction.  We currently contract with physicians specializing in psychiatry and psychology as well as licensed professional counselors. 

Does Veterans Healthcare Alliance assist with VA Healthcare Enrollment?

Veterans Healthcare Alliance employs Peer Service Coordinators to assist with navigating the VA enrollment processes. 

How soon can I begin receiving healthcare?

Our staff will work diligently to initiate the process of scheduling an appointment with one of our medical directors to determine your specific needs.  It is our goal to render services as expeditiously as possible.  The typical turn-around time from medical evaluation to initiating treatment is approximately two (2) week. 

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