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Qualifications and Experience
Dr. Chad Stockham received his Sc.B degree with honors from Brown University in 1999 and his medical degree from Drexel University College of Medicine in 2005. He completed his residency in Primary Care Internal Medicine at the George Washington University Hospital in Washington, DC.
Prior to joining the Princeton Medical Group in March 2015, Dr. Stockham served as an Assistant Medical Director and Physician with Unity Health Care in Washington, DC.
Dr. Stockham is board certified in Internal Medicine and is a member of the American College of Physicians.
Verified Patient Reviews
It was great! He listens carefully, and brought up aspects of my care that hadn't been addressed by my other providers - I will be switching to him as my PCP as a result of this appointment.
Dr. Stockham was prompt and efficient as usual. Office staff receptive and organized
Dr. Stockham was the most thorough primary doctor I've ever seen. Really took time to ask all the right questions
I highly recommend Dr. Stockham, he was very thorough and answered all of my questions. He was patient, kind and very personable.
It's very easy to talk to Dr. Stockham. I feel comfortable and he always addresses my concerns.
He takes time to talk to his patients.
He was absolutely knowledgeable and probably the most understanding doctor I've seen. Highly satisfied !!
Dr. Stockham is a nice guy- easy to talk to. He's good about offering me options and explaining the benefits/detriments of various treatments. I was quite happy with my visit.
Very friendly and knowledgeable - I arrived at 10:27 for a 10:30 appointment and was seen right away!
Would not recommend this doctor. First time visit for an annual physical and was surprised when he said a full blood test would not be necessary, even though I had initially explained I hadn't seen a doctor in a few years. He said for someone my age and from what I've told him about my past history, most likely my blood test results would come back all normal. I find this appalling for a doctor to make this kind of assumption and for all past annual physicals, have always had the doctor say a blood test would be good to see if anything comes up or needs to be addressed. Additionally, when I had asked for advice on overcoming feeling tired and sluggish at work due to a change in my commute (4+ hours daily), he recommended I take caffeine pills. It also really bothered me that he kept mentioning how he went through med school with minimal sleep and because he had young children, he was used to only having a few hours of sleep. It was not constructive or helpful at all. I would never recommend this doctor to anyone and wish I had never used my free annual physical from my insurance company on him.