We want to be a prominent force in the Pensacola/NWFL/Gulf Coast communities. We want not only to treat symptoms, but to treat and help the person. We believe that you cannot heal or proceed towards self-realization until your basic needs are met. For that reason, we have invested in a Free Little Pantry as well as a Free Little Library, and are building relationships with local groups to provide services to a wider range of people.
Dr. Alexys J. Hillman, DO
Dr Alexys J. Hillman, DO, was born in Philadelphia, attending St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls and earning a full tuition scholarship to Temple University. There, she graduated magna cum laude with a BA in Psychology, as well as earning her US Army commission as a Second Lieutenant through the Army ROTC Program. She graduated as a Distinguished Military Graduate from this program.
From there, she pursued her medical studies at Western University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific, in Pomona, CA. She completed her residency in Family Medicine at Fort Benning, GA, and served in Korea as a staff physician in Seoul. Throughout her time in the military, Dr Hillman was able to achieve pain and symptom relief through the regular use of osteopathic manipulation (OMT), and frequently received new patients for treatment through word of mouth. She contributed a chapter to the latest edition of "Taylor's Family Medicine," and published a self-guided book for chronic pain.
Outside of medicine, her interests include reading, sewing/crocheting/crafts, volunteering with the SightLines Program through WUWF 88.1FM in Pensacola and the American Red Cross, generally geeking out, and taking care of her family. She believes Star Trek is better than Star Wars, and asserts the Tenth Doctor is her doctor.
Chris Hillman, MPA
Chris Hillman is a medical administrator who works with Pensacola Osteopaths to help provide holistic care to the Emerald Coast.
Chris believes that community is life and that caring for and bolstering the community is imperative. This can be seen in the work that he does to ensure that the clinic supports its patients and community through excellent customer service and community relations. A healthy mind and body assists in a healthy, happy community.
Chris has supported this lifestyle through years of experience in community service, a Bachelors in Business Administration and a Masters in Public administration. He spent 6 years with the U.S. Army developing and efficiently running medical clinics and considers this to be not just his duty but his philosophy.
And yes, he is married to Dr Hillman. 🙂
Health is the greatest possession. Contentment is the greatest treasure. Confidence is the greatest friend. Non-being is the greatest joy. Lao Tzu
Medical Assistant &
Ariel Jean Bailey is medical assistant and program manager for Pensacola Osteopaths. She received her medical training from the US Navy, where she served for 5 years as a Hospital Corpsman. After losing her insurance, and thus her access to transgender care, she teamed up with Dr. Hillman to develop Pensacola Osteopath's Gender Affirming Care program in order to make transgender care more affordable and removing unnecessary barriers to care.
Candi Cordero is the Patient Coordinator who works with the community at Pensacola Osteopaths.
Candi knows that everyone deserves compassionate care and to be treated with dignity.
Candi worked as the Head Coordinator for a nonprofit improv and theater group in her hometown of Columbus, GA.