Stacie Levine, MD

UChicago Faculty Physicians

Stacie Levine, MD

Professor of Medicine Chief, Section of Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine

My name is Dr. Stacie Levine. I'm a geriatrician and palliative medicine physician at University of Chicago, and I've been here for over 20 years. So I provide care management for adults who are over the age of 65. My foray into medicine actually started back when I was in high school, when I served as a dietary aide at a hospital.

And I really enjoyed meeting with patients in their hospital beds, really hearing their stories, listening to what they were going through with their medical illnesses, and it really compelled me to want to be a physician. University of Chicago Medicine is my first and only position I've had since I finished my training.

I really enjoy collaborating with all the subspecialists here. We work hand-in-hand to really identify the care needs of every single patient and to really identify what they need in order to improve their health and well-being. My philosophy of care is, really, to tailor the care plan to the individualized patient.

So for example, if somebody coming in, and they have a lot of medications on their medication list, I'm really going to seek and find out, do they really need all those medications? What's the safest way I can provide care to them? My training involves comprehensive care management with a very inclusive care team.

I work in my clinic with geriatric social workers, nurse practitioners. We have a pharmacist on site, a physical therapist. We have a memory disorders clinic. It's very comprehensive. And because we work in team-based care, we're able to really meet the needs of every single one of our patients.
Stacie Levine, MD, specializes in geriatric medicine and palliative care with a focus on pain management. She strives to provide the highest level of support to patients and their families during transitions in care.

In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Levine is a dedicated educator. Under her leadership, fellows learn how to recognize and effectively manage pain, as well as how to foster important conversations about prognosis during end-of-life care.

Dr. Levine has contributed to leading textbooks on the role of palliative medicine in chronic illnesses. She also serves as a reviewer for several prominent scientific journals, including Journal of Hospital Medicine and American Journal of Medicine.

Board Certifications

  • Internal Medicine
  • Geriatric Medicine
  • Hospice and Palliative Medicine

Memberships & Medical Societies

  • American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine
  • Illinois Hospice and Palliative Care Organization
  • Chicago End-Of-Life Care Coalition
  • American Geriatrics Society

Practicing Since

  • 2000

Languages Spoken

  • English

Medical Education

  • Rush Medical College


  • Mount Sinai Hospital


  • Mount Sinai Hospital


  • Mount Sinai Hospital; University of Chicago Medical Center

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