Dr. Jon A Levenson, MD, is a venerated figure in the field of psychiatry, particularly known for his specialization in consultation-liaison psychiatry and psychosomatic medicine. His dedication to the psychiatric dimensions of medical illnesses is evident in his focused areas of interest which include the psychiatric aspects of AIDS, oncology, and his substantial contributions to palliative care. Dr. Levenson's educational journey in medicine began at Hahnemann Medical College, followed by a residency at Yale-New Haven Hospital and an enriching fellowship at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
An Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC), Dr. Levenson is deeply involved in the training and development of medical students and residents, instilling in them the intricacies of psychiatric evaluation within a diverse range of medical contexts. His leadership as the Director of the HIV Liaison Psychiatry Service at the NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia AIDS Program reflects his commitment to integrating psychiatric care with other medical disciplines to enhance patient well-being and treatment outcomes.
He works in the psychiatry department.
Dr. Jon works at - NewYork-Presbyterian / Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
Dr. Jon specializes in diseases and treatments such as consult/liason psychiatry, consultation psychiatry and psychological assessment.