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This profile was last updated on 8/6/15  and contains information from public web pages.

Dr. Kenneth M. Leavitt

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Local Address:  Germany

Employment History

  • Chief of Podiatry
    New England Baptist Hospital
  • Member, Surgical Staff
    New England Baptist Hospital
  • Chief of Podiatric Medicine and Surgical Services
    New England Baptist Hospital
  • President

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member


  • Boston University
49 Total References
Web References
Kenneth M. Leavitt, DPM, BA, BS - Reconstructive Foot & Ankle Surgeon, 6 Aug 2015 [cached]
Boston Foot & Ankle - Dr. Leavitt podiatrist
Dr. Kenneth M. Leavitt, DPM
Board Certified Foot Surgeon
Dr. Leavitt specializes in surgical correction of foot problems. He places a high priority on learning and using the most up-to-date procedures to benefit patients. His professional career has been characterized by his willingness to work in close collaboration with other kinds of medical specialists (orthopedists, radiologists, neurologists, anesthesiologists, plastic surgeons, pediatricians, etc.) to assure the best possible outcomes for his patients. Dr. Leavitt is a Diplomate, American Board of Podiatric Surgery, certified in Foot Surgery, and has been in practice treating disorders of the foot, ankle joint and lower leg since 1983. He is a native of Stoneham, Massachusetts, a 1979 graduate of Boston University and a 1983 graduate of the Chicago Medical School, at the Finch University of the Health Sciences, Foot & Ankle Surgery Faculty (formerly Illinois College of Podiatric Medicine) in Chicago, Illinois. He is a member of the American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons and a long-time instructor affiliated with several post-graduate podiatric surgical training programs in the Boston area. In November, 2009, he was appointed Chief of Podiatric Medicine and Surgical Services at New England Baptist Hospital.
In 1993, with the endorsement of the U.S. State Department, he and several other U.S. and Lithuanian physicians founded a non-profit medical and surgical clinic in Lithuania, the Baltic-American Medical & Surgical Clinic. The Clinic was the only one of its kind in the former Soviet Union and included a variety of surgical specialties staffed by English speaking foreign and indigenous physicians and nurses. A variety of Boston area surgeons visited the Clinic and performed and taught their specialties. When the project became more complex than expected, Dr. Leavitt gave up his practice in suburban Boston and moved with his family to Lithuania for 4 years while he personally assumed direction of the Clinic.
Dr. Leavitt's medical and surgical teaching and clinical experience in Lithuania brought him into contact with many profoundly diseased and disabled children and adults - not cared for during the 50-year Soviet occupation. For his humanitarian work and contributions to the development of that country, the President of Lithuania awarded Dr. Leavitt full citizenship in 1999, a high honor.
When Dr. Leavitt returned to the U.S., he joined the surgical staff of the New England Baptist Hospital, one of the ten top orthopedic hospitals in the United States. He also maintains surgical and admitting privileges at the Winchester Hospital, Lawrence Memorial Hospital and St. Elizabeth Medical Center and Emerson Hospital. He is conversational in German and Lithuanian languages.
Kenneth M. Leavitt, DPM, BA, BS - Reconstructive Foot & Ankle Surgeon, 6 Aug 2015 [cached]
Boston Foot & Ankle - Dr. Leavitt podiatrist
The mission of our office and staff is to offer patients the most caring, most comprehensive, and most effective foot and ankle-related care in the region. The practice is officed in New England Baptist Hospital where Dr. Leavitt has full service treatment facilities accessible to his patients 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Being at the Hospital, both Dr. Leavitt and our patients have immediate access to the full services of a hospital laboratory and operating rooms and, most importantly, can obtain high quality x-rays and MRI's in timely fashion to complete diagnosis and move on to the solution without lengthy delays.
Kenneth M. Leavitt, DPM
Chief of Podiatry New England Baptist Hospital 125 Parker Hill Avenue, Suite 390 Boston, MA 02120
617-277-3800 telephone
Dr. Leavitt works six full days per week as he endeavors to do everything possible to be available to help heal those with foot problems. He sees urgent and emergent patients on the day of their need, including Sundays. He is committed to you.
Out of respect for those patients who need to see Dr. Leavitt and out of respect for Dr. Leavitt's time, we have developed a no-show policy that we kindly request your adherence to.
Kenneth M. Leavitt, DPM, BA, BS - Reconstructive Foot & Ankle Surgeon, 6 Aug 2015 [cached]
Boston Foot & Ankle - Dr. Leavitt podiatrist
Kenneth M. Leavitt, DPM New England Baptist Hospital 125 Parker Hill Ave. Suite 390 Boston, MA 02120
617-277-3800 telephone
Kenneth M. Leavitt, DPM, BA, BS - Reconstructive Foot & Ankle Surgeon, 3 July 2011 [cached]
Boston Foot & Ankle - Dr. Leavitt podiatrist
Dr. Leavitt was very impressed (from a medical science standpoint) and sympathetic (from a humanistic standpoint) as we looked at the x-rays and discussed what was happening to the bones. While not downplaying the inconvenience that I would go through, he confidently explained what he would be doing in surgery and how he had no doubt the problems would be resolved to my satisfaction. He came to see me right before and after the surgery, kind, upbeat, and optimistic.
Dr. Leavitt, thank you for being a terrific doctor and a terrific person.
Long Island Podiatry Group [cached]
In the spring people should always wear as well as look for a shoe that has a two-inch platform and no more than a three-inch heel, according to Kenneth Leavitt, chief of podiatric medicine at New England Baptist Hopsital. “Flat shoes stress the Achilles tendon and cause extensive pronation or flattening of the feet,� Leavitt explained. “Surgery is sometimes warranted for severe, chronic foot pain to fix it.�
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