Skip to Navigation

Panelist: Paul C. Levy, MD
Share This:

Paul C. Levy, MD

Professor & Vice Chairman, Dept of Medicine
University of Rochester Medical Center

Dr. Paul Levy obtained his medical degree from Ohio State University and completed an internal medicine residency at Strong Memorial Hospital where he also served as Chief Resident in Internal Medicine.  He then went on to complete a fellowship in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and joined the faculty at the University of Rochester in 1989. He served as the Clinical Director of the Pulmonary and Critical Care Division at the University of Rochester from 1992-2003.

As Vice Chairman for the Department of Medicine he oversees clinical program development, faculty educational initiatives and the department's quality assurance activities.  In addition to his role in the Department of Medicine, Dr. Levy is a consultant for the Monroe County Department of Health Tuberculosis Control Program.  In this capacity Dr. Levy oversees the care of tuberculosis patients in the Upstate New York region and is involved in educational initiatives.

Dr. Levy is the inaugural recipient of the Ralph Prince Endowed Professorship in Medicine and is a past President of the New York State Chapter of the American Thoracic Society.  He also is a recipient of the Arthur W. Bauman Award for Outstanding Teacher in the Department of Medicine at the University of Rochester.

Have a comment?

If you'd like to send a comment to the producers of the show, please use our contact form, or feel free to post a comment on the wall of our Facebook Page.