Welcome to my practice. I'm Dr. Starner, a double APBN board-certified psychiatrist with a specialized focus on anxiety, depression, ADHD, bipolar disorder, and OCD. With my roots at Thomas Jefferson Medical College and a commitment to compassionate care, I'm here to guide you through your mental health journey.
About Dr. Starner
Dr. Starner is a double APBN board certified psychiatrist specializing in both Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Adult Psychiatry.
Dr. Starner obtained her Doctor of Medicine degree from Thomas Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, PA. As a medical student, she was selected for the Baldwin L. Keyes Prize in Psychiatry. Dr. Starner went on to complete her residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital where she served as a chief resident. She was selected for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry training through Jefferson in conjunction with Nemours Alfred I. DuPont Hospital for Children.
While at Jefferson, Dr. Starner was chosen to represent the medical staff as a member of the University Ethics Committee.
Specializing in medically complex cases, Dr. Starner currently serves as an acute inpatient psychiatrist and emergency room consultant at Main Line Health. Dr. Starner has lectured and presented grand rounds on the topics of medical-psychiatry and communication in medicine. She also provides supervision, teaching, and mentoring to psychiatric resident physicians and medical students.
Dr. Starner is a member of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and the Pennsylvania Medical Society. She has been inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society, which recognizes individuals who are exemplars of humanistic patient care and who serve as role models, mentors, and leaders in medicine.
551 West Lancaster Ave., Suite 212, Haverford, PA 19041
Phone: (484) 401-6421
Fax (484) 401-5517
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