Mr. Levine has managed nationally recognized, senior care organizations offering housing for independent older adults, assisted living, adult day care, memory support programs, group homes for the developmentally disabled, and skilled nursing facilities. He has been a licensed nursing home administrator since 1991 and has had the opportunity to serve in multiple roles, including the licensed administrator, Chief Operations Officer, and Chief Executive Officer.

Mr. Levine uses his management experiences to serve as an expert witness. He offers clients methodical, insight case reviews and identifies whether a nursing home or senior care community complied with their respective recognized operational standards. His background enables him to opine on the operational standards and expectations of senior care facilities.

Mr. Levine has served as the administrator for a Florida based facility that earned the Governor’s Gold Seal for Excellence. Only two percent of Florida nursing homes earn this award, which is awarded based on quality of life programming. Since 2007, Mr. Levine has successfully opened and operationalized three nursing homes, which achieved Medicare and Medicaid certification. Additionally, he has served as Court-appointed Patient Care Ombudsman to oversee that nursing homes ensure resident rights and optimum care.

Mr. Levine completed his Bachelors degree at SUNY at Cortland and earned a Masters Degree in Health Care Administration from Cornell University. He served in the US Army Reserves as a Field Medic, where he received clinical training and provided direct patient care.

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