Larry Levine is a visionary leader in the field of pediatric healthcare, and a tireless advocate on behalf of children and families. He has dedicated his career to improving the way healthcare is delivered to children, particularly those with complex medical needs. Serving as Blythedale’s President & CEO since 2001, he has championed numerous path-breaking and transformational programs, including a unique model for long-term care for children, a caregiver education program that prepares parents to bring home their medically-complex child, and one-of-a-kind assistive technology program that opens up the world to children previously trapped within their own bodies.
With more than 40 years of experience in the children’s hospital field, Mr. Levine is a frequent speaker on topics related to the organization and management of children's hospital services and children's health policy issues. Previously, he was the Executive Director of Schneider Children's Hospital (now Cohen Children’s Medical Center/Northwell Health).
Mr. Levine has served as a trustee of the National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions (NACHRI) and has participated in various child advocacy initiatives with NACHRI. Mr. Levine is a graduate of the University of Michigan/School of Public Health where he currently serves as a guest lecturer.
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