Provider Profile


Medical Director, Infection Prevention at Cooley Dickinson Health Care; Board Certified Infectious Disease Consultant

Department + Services

Infectious Disease Medicine
Fecal Transplantation

Programs + Specialties

Bone infections
Clostridium Difficile (C. Diff) infection and fecal transplantation
Illness in returning travelers
Immunization questions
IV antibiotic management
Lyme disease
Other tick-borne diseases
Urinary tract infections
LGBTQ affirming and competent

Training + Education

Medical School: SUNY Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine
Residency Hospital: Rhode Island Hospital
Fellowship Hospitals: Boston University School of Medicine, Baystate Medical Center; Rhode Island Hospital

Board Certifications

Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine
Infectious Disease
American Board of Internal Medicine

My Philosophy

“Each patient deserves my very best—my time, my attention, my caring”


Joanne Levin, MD, practices infectious disease medicine in Northampton. She is a graduate of the SUNY Downstate Medical Center College of Medicine and completed her residency, and a general Internal medicine fellowship at Rhode Island Hospital. Dr Levin completed her Infectious Disease fellowship at Boston University Medical Center and Baystate Medical Center. She has achieved Board Certification from the American Board of Internal Medicine, with subspecialty certification in infectious diseases. Dr. Levin is the medical director of infection prevention at Cooley Dickinson Hospital. Dr. Levin is part of the MGH program for fecal transplantation for patients with recurrent C difficile diarrhea.

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Cooley Dickinson Medical Group Infectious Diseases

CONTACT 413-582-9186

OFFICE HOURS 9 am-5 pm

Location & Directions 15 Atwood Drive
Suite 201
Northampton, MA 01060
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