Team Member Spotlight: Anastasia Williams


We are honored to welcome Anastasia Williams, MD, FAAP, to our distinguished list of healthcare professionals. Dr. Williams is a Board-Certified Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and specializes in diagnosing and treating a broad range of childhood illnesses, from minor health problems to serious diseases. She holds a Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Virginia School of Medicine and Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry from Cornell University. Dr. Williams completed a Pediatric Internship at Medical College of Georgia and Pediatric Residency Program at Johns Hopkins Hospital. 

Dr. Williams is recognized as one of the top pediatricians in her field, with honors from the Guide to America’s Top Pediatricians, Washingtonian Magazine and Northern Virginian Magazine. She has also been honored for her service to the community and has served on multiple boards. Most importantly, Dr. William has been consistently recognized by her patients for her compassion and bedside manner. She has participated in mission trips to Rwanda, Ghana, Uganda and Haiti, and is fluent in Spanish and Creole. 

Stacy Geere

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