Pamela Davies, A.R.N.P., M.S., A.C.H.P.N., B.C., is a board certified nurse practitioner at the UW Multiple Sclerosis Center and a UW teaching associate of Neurology and affiliate instructor pod Psychosocial and Community Health.
Davies works closely with the providers to coordinate the complex care needs of patients with MS. Her goal is to address the whole person to achieve improved quality of life. She focuses on providing education and coaching.
Davies received her medical education from the Walter Reed Army Institute of Nursing, UC San Francisco and the UW. She is triple board certified in Pain Management, Hospice and Palliative Care and Adult Health. Clinical interests include complex patient care management and pain and symptom management. Research interests include management of neuropathic pain and coaching patients in chronic pain self-management skills. She has been named a UW Distinguished Practitioner.
In her free time Davies enjoys hiking in the beautiful Cascade mountains and outdoor photography. At home she sings in a choir and takes her Golden Retrievers for walks in the parks.