Norfolk, VA (October 2012) – Margaret Williams, MD, has joined Sentara Hospital Medicine Physicians in Norfolk and Virginia Beach, VA.
Dr. Williams completed her medical degree at Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, VA, in 2008 after earning bachelor’s degrees in biology and nuclear medicine technology at Old Dominion University in Norfolk in 2004. As an undergraduate student, she served as a volunteer EMT for the Virginia Beach Rescue Squad. Dr. Williams completed her internship and residency in a combined family medicine and internal medicine program, serving as chief resident, at Eastern Virginia Medical School in 2012. In addition, she completed public health leadership training at The Commonwealth Public Health Training Center in Norfolk, VA, in 2012.
As a hospitalist, Dr. Williams focuses on the care of patients in the hospital. Trained in internal medicine and family medicine, and experienced in delivering care in hospital and emergency settings, she works with all other specialists involved with the patient to ensure continuity of quality care. She may also collaborate with primary care physicians to ensure quality care upon the patient's discharge from the hospital and beyond.
Dr. Williams is a member of the American Medical Association, the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American College of Physicians. In her leisure time, she enjoys the martial art form of Hapkido, jogging and traveling.
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