Dr. David A. Williams, D.O., has been in private practice since he took over Dr. John Zinnamosca’s practice when he came to Meadville in 2006. In April, Dr. Williams transitioned his practice’s location from Grove Street to Wesbury’s Medical Arts Center, located on Wesbury’s campus, adjacent to Grace Rehabilitation and Health Center.
With this move, Dr. Williams will be absorbing Dr. Douglas Fronzaglia’s Wesbury patients from Thoburn Village and Cribbs Residential Center; He will assist with the care needs at Grace Rehabilitation and Health Center, by taking on Wesbury Medical Director, Dr. John H. Bailey III’s patients on the Village Center neighborhood and he will continue to see his current practice patients by relocating them to his new office location.
“I have practiced medicine in Meadville for 14 years. My passion lies in comprehensive primary care with a focus on prevention and continuity for long-term health and quality of life,” says Dr. Williams. “My staff and I are excited to be working from the Wesbury campus, and are grateful for the warm welcome we have received.”
David grew up in Chardon, OH, about 30 minutes east of Cleveland. He attended Grove City College, where he got his bachelor’s in Molecular Biology. After graduation, David was accepted at LECOM (Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine), and then trained at St. Vincent’s in Erie for his Family Medicine residency.
“Dr. Williams and I have been colleagues at both Meadville Medical Center and Wesbury for the past 14 years and I have found him to be an excellent colleague. He is well-trained, conscientious, reliable and friendly.” says Dr. John H. Bailey III. “As Medical Director at Wesbury, I welcome David to our campus and look forward to working with him for many years to come.”
Dr. Williams has been married to his wife, Lisa, who is also Office Manager of his practice, since 2001, and they have three daughters; Rachel, Briana, and Lauren.