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Steven J. Levin, MD
Associate Professor
277 George St.
New Brunswick, NJ 08901



1981 – A.B. – Brown University
1985 – M.D. – Emory University School of Medicine
1988 – Family Medicine Residency – Medical University of South Carolina
1989 – Faculty Development Fellowship – University of North Carolina

Board Certification

1988 – Family Medicine (Recertified 1994, 2000, 2007 and 2017)
2009 – Certified as HIV Specialist by the American Academy of HIV Medicine (Recertified 2016)

Honors, Awards

1981 – Phi Beta Kappa
1981 – Sigma Xi
1985 – Alpha Omega Alpha
1998 – University Excellence Award, UMDNJ, for distinguished service and outreach to the external community
2000 – Humanism in Medicine Award, from the Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey
2005 – New Jersey Family Physician of the Year from the New Jersey Academy of Family Medicine
2007 – American Family Physician of the Year from the American Academy of Family Medicine

Publications and Presentations

  • Levin, S, “The Role of Family Physicians in an Imperfect Health Care System: Incremental Approaches to Caring for the Uninsured” at the National Conference for Students/Residents in Family Medicine Annual Meeting, Kansas City, Mo, August 2007
  • Levin, S, “Primary Care Issues of the HIV Patient” at the 6th Annual Trends and Controversies in Prescribing for the Primary Care Practitioner Conference, UMDNJ, New Brunswick, NJ, November 23, 2003
  • Levin, S, “What Every Family Physician Should Know About HIV” at the NJ Family Practice Association Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, June 1, 2001
  • Gottlieb, J., Levin, S., Wood, V., Chang, J. and Like, R. Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Primary Care: A Model Health Professional Training Program to Meet the Needs of Underserved Populations. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Indianapolis, Indiana, November 1997

Professional Experience

Dr. Levin is the medical director of Eric B. Chandler Health Center. His primary focus is on the provision of primary care to patients without proper access to care. He has special interests in the treatment of HIV, healthcare disparities, community oriented primary care, and multiculturalism. He serves on several committees and boards that address the needs of the underserved.