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Dr. Williams is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, American Society of Addiction Medicine, and the Association for Multidisciplinary Education and Research in Substance Use and Addiction.
Dr. Williams was inspired to become a physician by her interest in social justice and health equity. “I studied public health in addition to medicine during medical school and find that family medicine and primary care allows me to most fully connect with people in direct patient care, encourage preventive health, as well as work in public health,” says Dr. Williams.
“I love working with patients of all ages in my primary care practice, and getting to care for people and families through all of life’s transitions,” says Dr. Williams. “As an addiction medicine physician, I am able to connect with patients with substance use disorder and develop treatment plans. It is rewarding to participate in program development for expanding addiction medicine treatment in the community and promoting recovery.”
What is Dr. William’s care philosophy?
“Shared decision-making is a key component to how I treat patients, and I strive to make sure my patients understand their diagnoses and treatment options.”
Outside of work, Dr. Williams enjoys being outdoors, hiking with her dog, and skiing. She also plays the cello in community orchestra.