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Charles “Chip” Williams, MD
Medical Director of Cuda Women’s Health Center

Growing up, Radiologist Charles “Chip” Williams, MD, always thought he would channel his love of physics and mathematics into a career in engineering. But, when he entered Williams College, he soon realized that medicine would allow him to pursue his scientific interests while at the same time help others.

Dr. Williams, who is the Medical Director of the Breast Care Center – now...

Growing up, Radiologist Charles “Chip” Williams, MD, always thought he would channel his love of physics and mathematics into a career in engineering. But, when he entered Williams College, he soon realized that medicine would allow him to pursue his scientific interests while at the same time help others.

Dr. Williams, who is the Medical Director of the Breast Care Center – now known as Cuda Women’s Health Center at Wilkens Outpatient Medical Complex – taught at the Harvard residency program following Diagnostic Radiology residency and fellowship at New England Deaconess Hospital. He then moved to San Diego to become Breast Imaging Director at the Southern California Permanente Medical Group. He decided he wanted to return to New England to raise his two sons, Chad, who is now 15, and Ethan, now 10, and has been on staff at Cape Cod Hospital for five years. He loves the fact that he can so directly impact his patients’ lives.

“It’s very challenging, but at the same time it’s the most rewarding thing I do,” he said.

Dr. Williams said he and the staff are thrilled with the new Cuda Women’s Health Center venue. “It’s a comfortable and comforting place – a much more nurturing environment,” he said. “The technology is top-flight and to place it in that setting, it provides extra reassurance to patients that they’re in a facility that will take good care of them.”

In his free time, Dr. Williams is an avid outdoorsman, who loves to surf, stand-up paddle, kayak and swim. His “real passion” is alpine climbing and rock climbing. He has climbed Mt. Rainier and Grand Teton, and he hopes to soon scale Mont Blanc in the French Alps.

Meanwhile, his goal is to visit as many national parks as possible with his sons, and will travel to Yosemite National Park this spring.

As for his professional life, Dr. Williams said he is right where he wants to be. “I’m so proud to be part of this medical staff. It’s a tremendous asset to the community.”

Physician Spotlights

  • Charles “Chip” Williams, MD Medical Director of Cuda Women’s Health Center
    Charles Williams, MD

    Charles “Chip” Williams, MD
    Medical Director of Cuda Women’s Health Center

    Growing up, Radiologist Charles “Chip” Williams, MD, always thought he would channel his love of physics and mathematics into a career in engineering. But, when he entered Williams College, he soon realized that medicine would allow him to pursue his scientific interests while at the same time help others.

    Dr. Williams, who is the Medical Director of the Breast Care Center – now...

    Growing up, Radiologist Charles “Chip” Williams, MD, always thought he would channel his love of physics and mathematics into a career in engineering. But, when he entered Williams College, he soon realized that medicine would allow him to pursue his scientific interests while at the same time help others.

    Dr. Williams, who is the Medical Director of the Breast Care Center – now known as Cuda Women’s Health Center at Wilkens Outpatient Medical Complex – taught at the Harvard residency program following Diagnostic Radiology residency and fellowship at New England Deaconess Hospital. He then moved to San Diego to become Breast Imaging Director at the Southern California Permanente Medical Group. He decided he wanted to return to New England to raise his two sons, Chad, who is now 15, and Ethan, now 10, and has been on staff at Cape Cod Hospital for five years. He loves the fact that he can so directly impact his patients’ lives.

    “It’s very challenging, but at the same time it’s the most rewarding thing I do,” he said.

    Dr. Williams said he and the staff are thrilled with the new Cuda Women’s Health Center venue. “It’s a comfortable and comforting place – a much more nurturing environment,” he said. “The technology is top-flight and to place it in that setting, it provides extra reassurance to patients that they’re in a facility that will take good care of them.”

    In his free time, Dr. Williams is an avid outdoorsman, who loves to surf, stand-up paddle, kayak and swim. His “real passion” is alpine climbing and rock climbing. He has climbed Mt. Rainier and Grand Teton, and he hopes to soon scale Mont Blanc in the French Alps.

    Meanwhile, his goal is to visit as many national parks as possible with his sons, and will travel to Yosemite National Park this spring.

    As for his professional life, Dr. Williams said he is right where he wants to be. “I’m so proud to be part of this medical staff. It’s a tremendous asset to the community.”

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  • Bruce Levy, MD, FACC Cardiology, FH
    Bruce Levy, MD, FACC

    Bruce Levy, MD, FACC
    Cardiology, FH

    Falmouth Cardiologist Bruce Levy MD, has been in practice in the community for 29 years. Dr Levy grew up in Connecticut and did his training in cardiology and internal medicine at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Boston before coming to Falmouth. He chose to specialize in cardiology because of the challenges of this rapidly changing field and the opportunity to bring specialty care to a...

    Falmouth Cardiologist Bruce Levy MD, has been in practice in the community for 29 years. Dr Levy grew up in Connecticut and did his training in cardiology and internal medicine at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital in Boston before coming to Falmouth. He chose to specialize in cardiology because of the challenges of this rapidly changing field and the opportunity to bring specialty care to a community hospital.

    “The best part of practicing cardiology on the Cape is the opportunity to get to know so many wonderful patients and work with them to improve their health. It’s been my privilege to be a part of so many people’s lives,” Dr. Levy said.

    He has seen tremendous progress in cardiac awareness and treatment as his career has evolved. Advancements in technology, treatment discoveries through research and more patient involvement in their own health have enabled people with heart disease to live longer and better lives, he said.

    “We’re fortunate that the majority of cardiac problems can be diagnosed and treated here on Cape Cod. The hos¬pital and our office (The Cardiovascular Specialists) have done a great job of keeping up with new technology and treatment options. We have a cohesive group of excellent physicians and staff that are proud of the consistency and availability of care we provide,” he said.

    Dr. Levy said aerobic exercise and food selections prevent and control heart disease as much as any medications do. “These are lifestyle changes we should all strive for, because they work,” he said.
    Dr. Levy and his wife enjoy living on Cape Cod and have raised their family here. In his free time, Dr. Levy likes to spend time with family and enjoys the beauty of Cape Cod and its close proximity to Boston. For relaxation and exercise, he hikes, runs and races his Sonar sailboat.

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  • Bart L. Main, Jr., MD Child/Adolescent Psychiatry
    Bart L. Main, Jr., MD

    Bart L. Main, Jr., MD
    Child/Adolescent Psychiatry

    Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Bart L. Main, Jr., MD describes himself as “a Midwestern Boy,” having grown up in the Chicago area. Early in his high school career, he took an environmental services job one summer in a local hospital that quickly led to an opportunity to become a hospital orderly. Some of his co-workers thought it would be fun to see how he would handle transporting...

    Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Bart L. Main, Jr., MD describes himself as “a Midwestern Boy,” having grown up in the Chicago area. Early in his high school career, he took an environmental services job one summer in a local hospital that quickly led to an opportunity to become a hospital orderly. Some of his co-workers thought it would be fun to see how he would handle transporting specimens from surgery to pathology but did not get the reaction they were hoping for. He appreciated everything about the hospital and fell in love with medicine.

    When he returned to school that fall, he was focused on a medical career and followed that educational track right into college and medical school at the Indiana University School of Medicine. His enthusiasm for canoeing led him to the “Land of a Thousand Lakes” for his General Psychiatry Residency and Fellowship training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Minnesota Hospital in Minneapolis.

    “It seems that I have always been interested in pediatric medicine and the mind – a most fascinating frontier,” he said. “My passion in practice is the continuum of care – relating across levels of care both inpatient and outpatient and across medical specialties. Our local pediatricians have been very welcoming as have been those who help coordinate services with special education, juvenile corrections and the Department of Children and Families.”

    Dr. Main said it is romance that brought him to Massachusetts, moving here to be with his fiancée, Donna, who is a friend of his brother’s wife. “I am very happy to be here,” he said. He is now planning a wedding and is applying his canoeing skills to master ocean kayaking.

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