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Experienced, Personalized, Effective

We are dedicated to providing personalized legal services to health care practitioners such as physicians (both MDs and DOs) nurses (both RNs and LVNs), physician assistants (PAs) and acupuncturists. Our legal services are for health care professionals of all kinds seeking a Texas license, defending their license in agency disciplinary proceedings, and navigating a wide range of contractual and regulatory issues. The goal of McDonald, Mackay & Weitz, LLP is to provide health care professionals of all kinds with experienced, personalized, and effective legal services at fair and reasonable prices. Our clients hire us for our experience, expertise, and our reputation for results.

The attorneys of McDonald, Mackay & Weitz, LLP have over fifty years of combined experience in health care regulation and representation of licensees as well as applicants for licensure. Each of the firm's attorneys has been either a litigating staff attorney or held a senior level enforcement position with a Texas Regulatory Board. The attorneys of McDonald, Mackay & Weitz, LLP are frequently called upon to guest lecture and write about multiple issues such as nursing law, health care regulation, medical ethics, and licensure defense. Our office is conveniently located in Austin where most Texas regulatory and licensing agencies are headquartered, and we zealously represent clients from all over Texas, the United States, and internationally.

When you need a team of experienced and persuasive advocates to represent you when dealing with the Texas Board of Nursing (formally known as the Texas Board of Nurse Examiners), Texas Medical Board (formally known as the Texas Board of Medical Examiners), the Texas Board of Acupuncture Examiners, the Texas Physician Assistant Board or other health care regulatory boards, McDonald, Mackay & Weitz, LLP is ready to help avoid common and complex problems.

Do I Need An Attorney?

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Are you a health care provider who has received a notice of investigation,  or have you been arrested, or are you being accused of using drugs or is there another issue that affects your professional license? What should you do and what should be avoided? Can you trust the advice of your licensing board? You need information and you need it now. Obtain general answers and hints to issues that frequently arise before licensing boards. The first step is to identify your issue

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