Kimberly T. Williams, MDPhysician
“Every child is a precious God given life and I am accountable to that God for the way I treat them.”
- General Pediatrics by the American Board of Pediatrics
Areas of Expertise
LeBonheur Children’s Medical Center
St. Jude Research Hospital
Medical College of Georgia
Doctor of Medicine
Young Harris College
Associate of Science
Young Harris, GA
North Georgia College
Bachelor’s of Science in Chemistry
Hospital Affiliated With
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
Fannin Regional Hospital
American College of Pediatricians
American Academy of Pediatrics, Georgia Chapter
Lincoln Memorial University
Preceptor for Physician Assistant Program
Dr. Williams loves to bake. Cheesecakes and egg free chocolate chip cookies are her specialties! She also enjoys gardening. Her goal is to grow the perfect tomato, then eat it in honor of her father.
While Dr. Williams was growing up in the tiny community of Epworth Georgia, she could only dream that after attending Young Harris and North GA Colleges, and finishing with a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, she’d be accepted at the prestigious Medical College of Georgia in Augusta and someday be able to return to her home to practice medicine. But following her Pediatric residency at LeBonheur Children’s Medical Center in Memphis Tennessee, that is exactly what happened.
While in Memphis, she also had the invaluable experience of working at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Since she returned to her home in Blue Ridge with her husband Van and two daughters, Abigail and Emma, she has enjoyed the great beauty of our area and rekindled her love for our community.
As for her medical practice philosophy she says, “I love the challenge of figuring out the correct diagnosis! I have always wanted to be a detective so pediatric medicine is a great fit for me.” “But most of all, I enjoy getting to know the children and the families. When I am able to connect with a frightened child and get her to smile it makes my day! It is absolutely heartwarming to see a child who came in frightened or lethargic walk out with a spring in her step. Pediatric medicine is to me a calling, and the very best medicine of all is love!”