Family Medicine in Carroll, Iowa | Dr. Joshua Williams | McFarland Clinic

So I grew up in Carroll. I graduated from Kuemper, and then I went
to the University of Iowa. Received my undergrad there, and I went to
Des Moines University with my wife, Abby, who I actually met in high school here. We both went to Des Moines University, she
did podiatry. We did our residencies in Allentown, Pennsylvania,
were away for a few years, and decided to come back. An opportunity opened here at McFarland, and
we’ve been here since. I try to make sure every person gets the time
that they need. So I listen to them, let them explain what’s
going on, and treat every person with respect. Even if there is something small or big going
on, I never make any presumptions. And then I work through what I think is going
on and try to come up with the best possible solution or step for finding out what’s going on. I really like seeing kids. A well-child visit is the just the highlight
of my day. But I also like mystery cases, things that
have a hard time figuring out what’s going on. Anywhere from the adult to OB patient to the
geriatrics, I really enjoy trying to figure out what’s going on and helping them solve
their problems. “Extraordinary Care, Every Day” to me means
going above and beyond what’s expected. So I get that accomplished by the great staff
that I have surrounding me. My nurse is great, the front staff is great. You get in, get out. I do my best to figure out what’s going on
and grab that next step to finding the solution. In my downtime I spend a lot of my time with
my two boys. Family’s important. That’s why I became a family physician. I’ve got a three-year-old and an eight-month-old,
and they keep me very very busy, but I love being with them and playing with them and
watching them grow.

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