Steven A. Leveston, M.D.PITTSFIELD - Berkshire Medical Center announces the appointment of Steven A. Leveston, M.D., a fellowship-trained Endocrinologist with over two decades of experience, providing specialized care for patients with diabetes, thyroid disorders and other metabolic diseases. Dr. Leveston will also act as an advisor to the BMC Diabetes Education program, an American Diabetes Association certified program that provides education services to diabetes patients throughout the region.Dr. Leveston was most recently in practice with Capital District Endocrine Associates in Albany.Previously he has served on the medical staffs of Albany Medical Center, Albany Veterans Administration Hospital, St. Peter's Hospital, Memorial Hospital and Child's Hospital, all in Albany, and Bellevue Maternity Hospital in Schenectady.While serving on the faculty of Albany Medical College, Dr. Leveston was president of Anadile Laboratory, a small thyroid reference lab that later expanded and became OmniLab, a full-service medical testing facility that operated numerous specimen collection sites in New York State.Dr. Leveston co-founded OmniLab and was its Chief Executive Officer.He also co-founded and was president of Professional Laboratory Consultants, the executive arm of the clinical laboratory operations, co-founded EduCare, LLC, and was president of MEDI-Pro, both educational companies providing educational services for the pharmaceutical industry. Dr. Leveston is Board Certified by the American Board of Endocrinology and Metabolism, the American Board of Internal Medicine and National Board of Medical Examiners.He is a member of the American Diabetes Association, American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists, American Federation of Clinical Research and the Endocrine Society.He
has served on the teaching faculty of Albany Medical College
in Albany, New York.Dr. Leveston received his Medical Degree from Albany Medical College and has an undergraduate degree from the University of Vermont.He
underwent residency training at Albany Medical Center
and was fellowship trained in Metabolism
at the Washington University School of Medicine
, Barnes Hospital
in St. Louis.To make an appointment with Dr. Leveston, ask your primary care physician for a referral or call 496-6838.