Alycia Hawkins has served as a Nurse Practitioner with Village Health Partners since 2016. She spent the previous 8 years building her nursing career in the Emergency Department at UT Southwestern Medical Center while pursuing her advanced degree. As a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honors Society, she was honored with the programs Clinical Excellence Award for her outstanding work in the clinical aspect of practice and leadership. She completed her residency program at UT Southwestern in the Emergency Medicine Department. She also has experience in pain management, pre/post-surgical care and home health. She enjoys working as a provider in Family Medicine because of the variety of health issues and development of patient relationship.
She encourages her patients to live a healthy, active lifestyle, that is focused on education and disease prevention to build strong habits that will last a lifetime. She believes prevention is key truly feels each visit is an opportunity to connect and improve the patient’s overall life and health.
Alycia has a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from East Texas Baptist University, Master of Science in Nursing from University of Texas at Arlington, and plans to attain her Doctor of Nursing practice in the near future.
Alycia and her husband Joel live in Richardson, Texas with their 3 sons. As a family, they are actively involved in their church and enjoy spending time at the park, swimming and relaxing in their backyard. Practicing a healthy lifestyle, Alycia enjoys cooking healthy meals for her family and spends time rowing, running and doing yoga with her husband. She also lends her time and professional skills as a volunteer RN with Samaritan's Purse to provide disaster relief after a crisis
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