Tiffany Williams, RN, MSN, CPNP Commits Her Life
to the Care of Children
Tiffany H. Williams, RN, MSN, CPNP is Instructor in the College of Nursing. She is BSN Pediatric Course Coordinator and practices as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner through two grants in the CON: The Hispanic Health Initiative (HHI) at the Franklin C. Fetter Johns Island site, and at Burns Elementary School through the School-Based Clinics. She lectures to BSN candidates in the Pediatrics course and leads a clinical group of students as well. Ms. Williams joined our faculty last July.
Ms. Williams grew up on James Island and graduated from MUSC with a BSN in 1990 and received her MSN in 2001. She worked as an RN and specialized in working with children with chronic illnesses in a variety of settings. She went back to school for her MSN in 2001 and became a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, working in the pediatric HIV Clinic at MUSC before coming on faculty. Ms. Williams’ work was inspired by the life of her oldest son, AJ, who suffered from a chronic illness and passed away five years ago at the age of 13. She and her husband are also the parents of Christian, 16, and Andrew, 12.
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