Todd Williams, MMS, PA-C

Todd Williams, MMS, PA-C
Clinical Coordinator and Assistant Professor

Todd Williams, MMS, PA-C, is an Assistant Professor and Clinical Coordinator for the Physician Assistant Masters Degree Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He was previously a staff Physician Assistant at Womack Army Medical Center with the Department of Emergency Medicine and lastly, the Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation.

Todd is originally from North Carolina and served in the U.S. Army for 28 years after graduating high school. Todd received a Bachelor’s of Health Science degree from Campbell University and a Master’s of Medical Science from the Methodist University Physician Assistant Program. After graduation, he worked as a contract Physician Assistant at WAMC and returned to active service assuming a position as a staff Physician Assistant with WAMC.

Todd looks forward to assisting prior Special Forces and special operations medics with this unique opportunity to continue a career in health care. “I am both honored and excited to be part of a program that is as unique as ours in that it values the previous non-traditional education, training and real-world experiences of these seasoned providers.”  He feels the didactic coursework and clinical experiences of the UNC PA Program will expand upon the extensive skill-set of Special Forces and special operations medics to provide a medical licensure that is commensurate with their prior military qualifications. He acknowledges the reputation of excellence that is associated with the UNC School of Medicine and the Department of Allied Health Sciences and aspires to devote himself to PA medical education in the same tradition. “I have been blessed with mentors throughout my career that provided guidance instrumental in my development as a medical provider and aspire to emulate that mentorship in my position within the program.”