Elizabeth H. Levick, M.D.
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Elizabeth “Betsy” H. Levick, MD, is a radiation oncologist whose specialties include breast cancer, prostate cancer, brain tumors, and thoracic and gastrointestinal sarcomas. Her expertise includes Gamma Knife and CyberKnife Radiosurgery. She serves as Chair of the OHC Board of Directors and is a member of the Cancer Support Community’s Advisory Board. Dr. Levick participates in numerous community health events to increase the public’s awareness and knowledge of cancer prevention and treatments. “Radiation oncology is a dynamic field that has allowed me to stay on the forefront of the most advanced technological care,” says Dr. Levick.
Dr. Levick says that she learned early on that cancer patients are special, and she wanted to be involved with their care and treatment.
“The greatest privilege doctors have is to care for patients. That’s why from the moment they walk in our doors, everyone – from the front desk team to the medical assistants to the nurses and the physicians – we genuinely care about our patients and their families and caregivers. I personally know what it’s like to have a father with cancer, to have a son who is a survivor of cancer, so I look at the patient as a whole and not just the cancer.”
When Dr. Levick isn’t working, she enjoys walking, Pilates, baking, and spending time with her family.
Education & Training
Medical School: University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences, Toledo, OH
Residency: Parkland Memorial Hospital, Dallas, TX
Residency: University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH
American Board of Radiology
I believe Dr. Levick and Dr. Chua are providing me with individualized, scientific and curative care. – Kathleen, November 2019
Knowledgeable and intuitive who seems genuinely concerned about my care. – Ursula, November 2019
Dr. Levick was my radiation oncologist in 2005. Wonderful doctor! – Angie, February 2019
I give her a 10 because my cancer is gone. – Kathie, April 2019
Betsy fights for her patients. She’s up on technology. She will be there for you. It was immediate that we felt comfortable with her and had high confidence in her. It was so encouraging. The bond was immediate – Maureen, March 2019