Like every other kid growing up in West Texas, I learned to admire the finer things in life, including dust storms, awe inspiring sunsets, and all things Texas Tech. Relocated to San Antonio in 1990 to help start San Antonio Airlife as one of the inaugural flight paramedics and spent a total of 22 years flying some 3000 missions in and around San Antonio and South Texas. Along the way, I also became a law enforcement officer and worked for various local and State agencies in a variety of roles including providing tactical medical support to SWAT teams. Transitioned into a role in disaster preparedness and response until I was instructed by my bride that I was to further my education. I was accepted into and graduated from thePhysician Assistant program at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio and have worked in Urgent Care and Emergency Medicine since that time.
I’m married and am the proud father of four wonderful children, Morgan, Kenzie, Belen, and Declan. I truly enjoy my role as a PA and feel honored to receive the trust that my patients give me.
Charlie Heausler was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. He enlisted in the U.S. Army at the age of 17 as a Combat Medic. Through his Army and civilian career he obtained degrees as a Paramedic, Registered Nurse and finally as a Physician Assistant-Certified. He has worked in a multitude of Emergency Departments around the country including a Level 1 trauma center. He has practiced Urgent Care Medicine for the past three years. His last duty assignment was in San Antonio, Texas where he retired from the Army. He is married with two children and they love San Antonio so much they decided to make it their permanent home since 2007.