History

History

Haverford Psychiatry was established by Steven Marc Sokoll, M.D., in order to provide a means to provide group collaboration of independent practitioners in a manner that allows each member to find professional fulfillment working with patients and families in the community.

Dr. Sokoll brings to Haverford Psychiatry his longstanding mentoring role at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and in the Department of Psychiatry.

As Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Dr. Sokoll has received numerous awards including the Clinical Faculty Teaching Award “in recognition of his outstanding teaching at the medical school, resident and graduate level.”

Fee-for-Service Practice

So that evaluation and treatment may occur in a manner to suit both patient and treating professional, Haverford Psychiatry is a fee-for-service practice.

Payment is made at time of service unless alternative arrangements are made in advance.

A receipt is generated for each session should the receipt be submitted by patient or family for partial reimbursement.

Haverford Psychiatry suggests that the patient or family be informed regarding any insurance reimbursement prior to initiating treatment.

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Concierge Home-Based and Residential Care

Practitioners at Haverford Psychiatry may provide home-based or community-based care upon request.   This care may facilitate collaboration among multidisciplinary treatment professionals.  Details of such treatment, including special fee structure, may be discussed as wished.