By: Dr. Steve Levy
Steven A. Levy recently joined the veterinary staff of the Fox Memorial Clinic on a part-time basis.
He is currently the President of Veterinary Clinical and Consulting Services where he also serves as clinical veterinarian for the Humane Society of Greater Kansas City, peer educator and industrial consultant.
From 1998-2008, he
was the Connecticut State Police Surgeon, Canine Unit where he
developed the position under the administration of Dr. Henry Lee, Commissioner of Public Safety.
Previous to that, Dr. Levy served on the veterinary staff of Guilford Veterinary Hospital and Durham Veterinary Hospital.
Dr. Levy is a graduate of Bard College and earned his veterinary medical degree at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.
He is a member of the AVMA, the MVMA (Missouri) and KCVMA (Kansas City).
He also served as President of the CVMA (Connecticut).
He is the President and founder of the American Veterinary Lyme Disease Society and is licensed to practice in Connecticut, Missouri and Kansas.
is the recipient of several awards and honors; most recently he
was recognized by the Connecticut State Police for Outstanding Service as State Police Veterinary Surgeon (2008).***
CDC photo image library and courtesy Steven A. Levy, VMD Fox Memorial Clinic.