Dr. N. Wynta Williams received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Hampton University in Hampton, Virginia. She then completed her podiatric training at Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine and completed her PhD in Podiatric Medicine. After completing her doctorate in podiatrics, she attended Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine to complete her postdoctoral studies.
Dr. N. Wynta Williams, M.D., is a member of the Northampton County Medical Board of Physicians and Surgeons. She is a certified nurse in podiatry, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology and is an associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Virginia School of Medicine.
She has a good reputation and enjoys full privileges at the University of Virginia School of Medicine and the Northampton County Medical Board of Physicians and Surgeons.
Although patients sometimes hesitate to seek help, I always feel I can talk to her about anything that bothers me and she confides my life to me. She is also one of the most brilliant and caring doctors I have had over the years. While she was looking after my husband, it was she who maintained excellent communication with me and called me after he died with kind messages. I am very grateful for the many years she has been there, of which there have only been three in the many years I have been there. She was the only medical assistant to alert me to serious problems that were resolved through referrals to specialists who saved my life.
An example would be when I go to the local hospital for X-rays, she builds things up for me whenever she is needed and comes back to me very quickly. I often barely log on to my desk and sit in the waiting room chair when my name is called, but the results are uploaded very quickly and I also feel welcome to call the doctor or his nursing staff for inquiries and always get a very prompt response.
He communicates very competently with his staff and makes my experience there so pleasant and his bedside manner is caring and compassionate. The same goes for the staff who greet patients and the nurses who support people in the office. He emphasizes care through the interdisciplinary care of his entire team, offering a wide range of services and priding himself on building a strong relationship with patients, staff and the families of patients and the community.
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