Mark M. Levin, MD, MS, RPVI
Vascular Surgeon Reno NV
Dr. Mark Levin joined Nevada Vein and Vascular in the spring of 2019, moving with his wife from Anchorage, Alaska. Originally from the east coast, he completed his undergraduate degree at Johns Hopkins University with a BA in cellular and molecular neuroscience. While in college, he was also a swimmer and 8-time NCAA All-American and Academic All-American.
After college, he went on to graduate school at Georgetown University and earned a Master’s degree in Physiology and Biophysics prior to completing medical school at the same institution.
He completed his general surgery training in Phoenix, Arizona at Maricopa Medical Center, a busy level one trauma center and home to the Arizona Burn Center. His experience at the burn center provided extensive experience in both critical care and wound care. While in residency, Dr. Levin achieved many honors including the Harry W. Hale Jr. Award for the most outstanding surgical resident, the Chairman’s Award and he was selected as the Administrative Chief during his 5th year. He then went on to complete his vascular surgery fellowship at UT Southwestern in Dallas, Texas.
From a personal standpoint, Dr. Levin, his wife, and family love the outdoors, camping, fishing, and the beach. Following training, they moved to Anchorage, Alaska where he was one of five vascular surgeons in the entire state. There, he helped develop and modernize vascular surgery services in Alaska’s largest city. He came back to the lower 48 to be closer to family and is looking forward to offering patients quality care with the latest techniques in vascular surgery.
Dr. Levin is a double-board certified in both general and vascular surgery and holds certification as a registered physician in vascular interpretation (RPVI). He performs all manner of open and endovascular procedures but has a particular interest in complex minimally invasive aortic aneurysm repair, carotid artery disease and carotid stenting, peripheral vascular disease, and advanced endovascular techniques for diabetic limb salvage.