Winslow Murdoch MD
Dr. Murdoch attended the Episcopal Academy before graduating cum laude in natural sciences and being elected into the AED premedical honor society at the University of Pennsylvania. He earned his M.D. in 1986 at Thomas Jefferson Medical College where he received the Hobart Hare award for excellence in clinical medicine. Dr. Murdoch served as chief resident his final year at Montgomery Family Practice residency in Norristown, Pennsylvania, and scored in the top percentile on his board re-certification examination in 1996. Philadelphia Magazine’s peer review ranked him as a “Top Doc” Family Medicine in May 2002, and he was voted into “America’s Top Family Doctors” in 2004. He has served as a preceptor for family medicine residents and a teacher in family medicine for medical students from MCP*Hahnemann, now part of Drexel University School of Medicine. Dr. Murdoch was invited, and currently sits as a volunteer member of the Chester County Board of Health. He is also the President elect of the Chester County Medical Society.
Dr. Murdoch has special interests in medical weight loss, type 2 diabetes, psychopharmacology, integrative/alternative medicine, cardiovascular disease prevention, as well as in the management of patients with multiple or complex medical problems.
1450 East Boot Rd.
West Chester, PA 19380
American Board of Family Medicine, 1989;
Re-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine in 1996 and 2005; scored 99th percentile on exams; also has been certified in ACLS, ATLS, and BLS
“Top Doc” Family Medicine – Philadelphia Magazine 2002
AED Premedical Honor Society – University of Pennsylvania
Hobart Hare Award Winner for Clinical Excellence – Thomas Jefferson Medical
Volunteer member, Chester County Board of Health
President elect, Chester County Medical Society
University of Pennsylvania – B.A. Natural Sciences, Cum Laude, 1982
Thomas Jefferson Medical College, M.D., 1986
Post Graduate Training:
Residency: Montgomery Hospital –
Family Medicine; Chief Resident, 1989
Dr. Sokoloff has been practicing medicine in Wilmington, Delaware since 1986 and opened his first practice in 1989. A graduate of Thomas Jefferson Medical College of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and board certified in Internal Medicine and Forensics, Dr. Sokoloff is one of the most accredited physicians in the Wilmington area. Dr Sokoloff places a strong emphasis on ongoing education and regularly attends The Institute of Functional Medicine seminars and meetings. He has extensive experience in preventative Cardiology, Osteoporosis, Depression, Anxiety Disorders, Diabetes, Arthritis, Asthma and other common chronic conditions.
A graduate of Duke University and The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Dr. Perkins came to Philadelphia to do his internship and residency at Thomas Jefferson University.
A graduate of Temple University and PCOM and board certified in Family Medicine and Geriatric Medicine, Dr. Pettinelli has been practicing in Mt. Laurel since joining his father’s practice in 1984.
Dr. Weiss has been practicing medicine in Philadelphia since 1968. A graduate of Temple University and board certified in Internal Medicine, Dr. Weiss has extensive experience in all aspects of clinical care, receiving several teaching and excellence awards throughout his career.
Dr. Stumacher is proud to be a lifelong resident of the Philadelphia area. After graduating from Lower Merion High School and the University of Pennsylvania, he followed his father’s footsteps into medicine.
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Hahnemann University Medical School, Dr. Saris has been in practice and board certified in Internal Medicine since 1991. She is a native of Valley Forge and has provided medical care to the Mainline community for over 20 years.
Dr. Murdoch attended the Episcopal Academy before graduating cum laude in natural sciences and being elected into the AED premedical honor society at the University of Pennsylvania.
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