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Psychiatry and Behavioral Health
On staff since December 1991
Academic Title: Associate Professor
Research Center: Center for Child Health, Behavior and Development
"As a physician, teacher and fellow human being, I find no greater satisfaction than helping kids and families savor collaboration in their healthcare and also feel supported in striving for fulfillment of their hopes in life."
Dr. Stork is one of the people in health services not because of his stellar qualifications, but because of his qualities as a human. Ethics, compassion, laughter, and an open ear make him a revered member of the health community. An intelligent man, though he'll never make you feel below him.
Dr. Storck is a very professional and personable person. He is very inclusive in his assessments and creates a very welcoming atmosphere for his patients. He is #1 on my list of child psychiatrists. He is always willing to help and very dedicated to his work. The kids love him and so do the parents and the nursing team that works with him.
Child and adolescent psychiatry; cross-cultural psychiatry with Native Americans
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