Ms. Williams-Judge is an osteoporosis and rheumatology nurse practitioner at The Seattle Arthritis Clinic and coordinator for the Strong Bones Program at Northwest Hospital, a fragility fracture program. Ms. Williams-Judge earned her bachelor's degree in nursing from Marycrest College in Iowa. She received her master's degree and family nurse practitioner certificate from the University of Washington School of Nursing. Her practice has focused on osteoporosis and rheumatology since 2001. She is a member of the American College of Rheumatology, Washington Rheumatology, International Society of Bone Densitometry, and the National Osteoporosis Foundation.
Patient Care Philosophy
I enjoy working with osteoporosis and rheumatology patients and find it very satisfying to educate, and empower people about their disease state, self-care activities and health maintenance. For patients with osteoporosis my goal is to prevent fractures and help maintain patient's ability ro care for themselves. It is satisfying to care for patients over many years, and to know you have contributed to their health.
Clinical interests include screening and treatment of osteoporosis, exercise and osteoporosis, and spondyloarthropathies in particular psoriatic arthritis.
She has been a sub-investigator on many pharmaceutical studies, especially studies related to the newer biologic medications, as well as data registry studies for osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and spondyloarthropathies.
|University of Washington School of Nursing||Medical education||1991|
|American Nurses Credentialing Center||Family Nurse Practitioner||2011|