Dr. Max Haque, MD
Bringing a diverse set of experiences from a successful career working in many different settings in psychiatry, Max Haque, MD, is well-loved by his patients as well as his coworkers at Ohio Psychiatric Services. Dr. Haque provides compassionate and patient-centered psychiatric care to the Lancaster, Ohio, community.
Dr. Haque completed medical school in India and then joined the Institute of Neurology in London, England, where he studied neurology and psychiatry. After working in several hospitals in England, Scotland, and Ireland, Dr. Haque moved to Houston, Texas, where he completed a master’s degree in public health at the University of Houston. Subsequently he moved to Valhalla, New York, for his residency program in neurology and psychology at New York Medical College. During his final year of residency Dr. Haque received the award for academic excellence in recognition for dedication to his studies.
Following his residency at New York Medical College, Dr. Haque completed a fellowship in geriatric psychiatry at Montefiore Hospital in New York City. Since then, Dr. Haque has gained extensive experience working as a Psychiatrist in many different backgrounds, including state hospitals, general hospitals, and a maximum-security penitentiary. He played a key role in establishing the behavioral health unit at the Hocking Valley Community Hospital in Logan, Ohio, serving as the head of the psychiatry department for over 15 years. Dr. Haque brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to his patients and staff Ohio Psychiatric Services.
Pramoda Fatehchand, MS, PA-C
Physician Assistant, Psychiatry
With a dedication to providing patient-centered and compassionate care, Pramoda Fatehchand, a board-certified Physician Assistant in Psychiatry is proud to be serving Fairfield, Hocking and Licking counties in Ohio. She provides diagnostic services and medication management inpatient at Hocking Valley Community Hospital’s Behavioral Health Unit and is a much-loved outpatient provider with the team at Ohio Psychiatric Services. She is also well known for her services at extended care facilities in Lancaster and surrounding areas. Pramoda has extensive experience in a wide range of adolescent, adult, and geriatric mental health conditions, including depression and anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenic disorders, ADHD, dementia, substance abuse, trauma-related conditions, autism and developmental disorders, and many others.
Originally from Colombo, Sri Lanka, and raised in both Sri Lanka and India, Pramoda received her Bachelor of Science from The University of Chennai in Chennai, India. She then moved to the United States, where she completed her Physician Assistant degree at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York, and her clinical training at Rochester General Hospital. Pramoda then accomplished her master’s degree in psychiatry at A. T. Still University in Phoenix, Arizona, where she received the Academic Excellence Award in Physician Assistant Psychiatry.
Pramoda utilizes psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy informed by psychodynamic principles, ensuring that treatment considers a clear understanding of the patient’s personality and psychological makeup, current and past relationships, and their family of origin. In addition, she places emphasis on the physical health and nutritional status of her patients, advocating for a healthy diet and physical activity as part of a successful and effective treatment plan.
Outside of practicing psychiatry, Pramoda enjoys focusing on her own physical fitness and playing and watching cricket matches, running, traveling, spending time with her family and friends, and pampering the adorable family dogs.