Dr. Williams received his MD from the University of Washington on 1971, and completed his Pediatric residency at the University of Rochester in upstate New York in 1978, serving as Chief Pediatric Resident in 1977-78. After 10 years of general pediatric practice in Mount Vernon, he returned to school to complete a Fellowship in Allergy and Immunology at the University of Washington in 1991. Dr. Williams is Board Certified in Allergy and Immunology and has worked for Northwest Asthma & Allergy since 1991. He works primarily in the Mount Vernon office, but also sees patients in the Everett office. He has been active in local, state and national medical and allergy organizations, having served as the president of the Puget Sound Allergy Society, and the Washington State Society of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. He has served as governor of the Rocky Mountain and Northwest region of the Federation of Regional, State and Local Allergy Societies and as chairman of that organization. He is a past-Chair of the Section on Allergy & Immunology of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). He has served on many committees for the American Academy of Asthma, Allergy & Immunology (AAAAI), is immediate past Chair of the Annual Meeting Program Committee, currently serving in the Office of Practice Management, is Chair of the Office of Medical Education, and has just been elected to the Board of Directors of that organization. He has represented the American Medical Association on the National Asthma Education and Prevention Panel (NAEPP) for the last 16 years, serving on that panel’s subcommittee on asthma and schools. Dr. Williams is also interested in the education of physicians in allergy and asthma, and serves as Director of the Allergy Elective for Pediatric Residents at the University of Washington. He served as Chair of the AAP Section Forum Management Committee, which oversees the activities of pediatric subspecialist and surgical specialist interest groups within the AAP. Outside of the office, Dr. Williams is a rabid Husky fan and takes a special interest in youth sports. He has served as a soccer referee, Little League Umpire and Little League District Administrator, and just retired after 25 years of volunteer service to Little League Baseball. As an example of community involvement, Dr. Williams was elected to the Board of Commissioners of Camano Island Fire & Rescue.  He is also a member of the Knights of Columbus at St. Cecilia parish in Stanwood. Dr. Williams sees patients of all ages, and has a special interest in pediatric asthma, asthma in the schools and food allergies.

Dr. Williams sees patients in the Everett and Mount Vernon offices.