• Bachelors of Science, Purdue University, 1976
• Doctoral of Medicine, University of Cincinnati School of Medicine, 1979
• Post doctoral residency in emergency medicine and surgery from Wright State University School of Medicine in 1982 ; one of the first group of physicians in America to complete Residency Training in Emergency Medicine.
• Raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, and moved to Atlanta Georgia in 1984
Board certified in emergency medicine for over 25 years, with extensive experience in urgent care, primary care and occupational medicine. He has served as medical director for several large hospital emergency departments and health care organizations in Georgia.
• Founded DeKalb Health Care Coalition (DHCC), in 1992, a non-profit community based advocacy group for health care issues affecting the communities in the south DeKalb County area.
• DHCC was instrumental in bringing attention to the need of a full service hospital to the south DeKalb County area of metro Atlanta.
• Dr. Williams is founder and Medical Director of AMCare Medical Clinic (AMC) in Tyrone, Georgia.