Pascha Williams, LPN, QDCP, CPT, CET
Pascha Williams graduated in 1996 as an LPN from Tennessee Technology of Morristown.
She has worked in multiple aspects of nursing including Med-Surg and Long Term care, 9 years in Home Health, 1 year in hospice and she also marketed for a Home Health agency for 3 years. She holds certifications as a Dementia Specialist as well as for Phlebotomy, EKG and Patient Care Technician. Pascha is currently the Executive Director of Village Samaritan, LLC and Village Samaritan Training Institute.
Village Samaritan, LLC was started in 2008 and has been running successfully since then. She also volunteers at a free/low income clinic in Temple Georgia for 1-2 nights a week.
Pascha is currently enrolled in Excelsior College with an anticipation to become an RN in the winter of 2013.
What inspired you to become a nurse?
I worked as a candy striper for a summer while I was in high school.I just loved the nursing uniforms as well as their interactions with their patients. That’s when I decided that I wanted to be a nurse.
What inspires you to do your job everyday?
I believe that my profession is impacting and making a difference. That’s why I volunteer at the free clinic. It keeps me grounded. I really don’t mind working in areas which may not have the equipment or funds that most medical
settings have as it allows me to do some good old fashioned nursing!
Is there a certain tool that you use on the job that helps you to do you patient care or that helps you to be efficient and organized?
I work best with a good pen and a comfortable pair of scrubs!