Dr. Eric Levy

Dr. Eric Levy
Dr. Eric B. Levy practices general urology at Sutter Roseville Medical Center in Roseville, California. He was raised and trained originally in the NYC metropolitan area, as noted below. He relocated to California with his family where he has established new roots and has grown a very successful and busy practice. He treats both benign and malignant urologic diseases but finds treatment of men with urinary problems related to enlarged prostate particularly gratifying due to its tremendous impact on quality of life. He is constantly evolving to achieve the best outcomes for his patients by providing the newest and safest techniques available, and tailoring a plan that meets the needs for every individual patient. He is currently the Department Chair of Urology at Sutter Medical Group and sits on the robotics committee for Sutter Roseville Medical Center. When not at work he enjoys traveling, cooking, and spending time with his daughters.
Medical School:

Rutgers New Jersey Medical School

Residency:

SUNY-Downstate Health Sciences University

Undergraduate:

New York University

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