Dr. Evan Levine has been practicing Cardiology for over 30 years. After completing his undergraduate studies at the Sophie Davis School for Biomedical Education, Dr. Levine graduated summa cum laude from The Icahn School of Medicine. He then completed both his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Montefiore Medical Center. To finish his training, Dr. Levine remained at Montefiore for his Cardiology fellowship. With his board certifications in Internal Medicine, Cardiology, and Nuclear Cardiology, Dr. Levine specializes in cardiovascular disease. Additionally, Dr. Levine can communicate with his patients in both English and Spanish.
Before joining Mount Sinai in 2021, Dr. Levine served as Director of a Cardiovascular Center in Westchester Country and recently acted as a telehealth physician. Beginning in 1990, Dr. Levine played an active role in academia while serving as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. In addition to his clinical, administrative, and academic roles, Dr. Levine is an author on patient advocacy. He has had several of his articles and quotes appear in prominent news sources, including the NY Post, Wall Street Journal, and Reader's Digest.
In his professional community, Dr. Levine holds fellowship status in the American College of Cardiology. He has also won numerous awards in his field, including being listed in the Castle Connolly Guide for Cardiovascular Medicine for over 15 years.
When speaking about his pathway into medicine, Dr. Levine says, "I volunteered and then taught a course in emergency room medicine at the age of 16. From there, I was admitted to a medical program at the age of 18 and have been in medicine ever since. My goal has always been to advocate for the patient and I authored a book about patient advocacy. The greatest honor should be placing the patient first and helping them get better."
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