Lynn Williams, PA-C
Lynn Williams joined the Bryn Mawr Dermatology team in June of 2015 but has been practicing dermatology in the Philadelphia area since 2003. As a physician assistant (PA) Lynn enjoys getting to know and care for markedly diverse patients who require her expertise. She cannot imagine another career for which she would be better suited for.
Lynn graduated from Duke University with a Bachelors of Science in Biology and continued on to the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine to attain her Masters degree in Physician Assistant Studies. She had the opportunity to offer her skills as a medical volunteer in the emergency room of a rural hospital in St. Lucia between completing her two degrees. She spent the majority of her time there educating the local community on how to manage chronic illnesses in order to prevent emergencies. In turn, the experience allowed her to hone her problem solving skills.
To maintain a competitive edge in the demanding field of dermatology, Lynn regularly attends lectures and conferences. She is an active member of both the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants (SDPA) and the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA).
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“Providing medical services to the absolute best of my ability, in every situation, for every patient, is my ultimate priority. I love working with the BMD team because I know that we all have the same goals, work as a cohesive group to accomplish them, and manage to have fun doing it!”
Lynn Williams, PA-C
When Lynn attended Central Bucks West High School she was a star on the field hockey team, but now she takes advantage of the little free time she gets by doing yoga, jogging or hiking in Fairmont Park. Lynn has lived in Philadelphia for over a decade with her husband and young daughter and nothing makes her happier than spending time with them. She has dreams of revisiting the Caribbean, this time on a sun-soaked (but well sun-screened) vacation.