Summary

For almost 20 years, Dr. William M. Levine has worked as a podiatrist. He consults with individuals at three New York practice locations: Manhasset, Far Rockaway, and Brooklyn. Dr. Levine also acts as an Attending Podiatrist at The Brooklyn Hospital Center and Maimonides Medical Center. When patients seek care from Dr. Levine, he uses a holistic approach and reserves surgical options as the last resort. He follows five steps to develop an integrative personalized plan for each individual: examination, diagnosis, treatment, education, and follow-up. In addition, Dr. Levine goes above and beyond to serve his patients by making house calls for those who face difficulty traveling. Before entering private practice, Dr. William M. Levine earned his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine in Chicago from the Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, part of the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science. He trained as a Resident at Saint Michael’s Medical Center in Newark, New Jersey. Dr. Levine also learned about trauma and reconstructive surgery at General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital in Missouri. Previously, he completed a Bachelor of Science in Biology from The State University of New York’s Binghamton University. Dr. Levine has served as an Associate of the American Board of Podiatric Surgery. He has been certified by the National Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners. Dr. William M. Levine has held membership with the American Podiatric Medical Association, and he has donated time to the Goodwill Games, the Special Olympics, and BRAVO Volunteer Ambulance Service, Inc. In his free time, he enjoys home improvement, traveling, and sports, including football, tennis, skiing, soccer, baseball, and golf.

Work History

Work History
May 1995 - Present

Attending Podiatrist

Brooklyn Hospital
Oct 1996 - Present

Attending Podiatrist

Maimonides Medical Center
Jun 1993 - Present

Podiatrist

Private Practice

Education

Education
1987 - 1991

Doctor of Podiatric Medicine

Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine