Pam Webber, PHD, APRN, BC, FNPNurse Practitioner
“I partner with my patients and work with them to develop an individualized treatment plan based on their specific needs. My focus is patient-first, and my goal is always optimal health for my patients. I believe trust and honesty are key elements in the patient-physician relationship, and I work closely with my patients to keep them well.”
- Nurse Practitioner
University of Virginia
Family Nurse Practitioner Degree
George Mason University
Bachelor of Science
Hospital Affiliated With
Winchester Medical Center
“Introduction to Theory and Reasoning in Nursing” Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (2005): Print.
Betty M. Johnson, and Pamela B. Webber.
Ms. Pam Webber is a nurse practitioner and a nursing educator who has practiced and taught nursing for over 30 years. She has won several outstanding teaching awards, published numerous professional articles, and is the co-author of the nursing textbook, Introduction to Theory and Reasoning in Nursing, which is in its 4th edition. Ms. Webber has been the recipient of several outstanding service awards. In May 2000, she was honored by the Virginia Nurses Association and the Virginia Nurses Foundation as one of 50 Pioneer Nurses in the state of Virginia for the century. In 2001, she was featured as an outstanding nursing faculty member in the journal Nursing and Health Care Perspectives and has been an invited speaker for numerous regional, national, and international nursing organizations. Pam and her family live in Winchester, VA.