Robert Levy

Assistant Professor


Robert Levy, MD, is board certified in addiction medicine and family medicine. He is a fellow of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and completed a fellowship in Addiction and Chronic Pain at the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation in 2011. Dr. Levy joined University of Minnesota North Memorial Hospital Family Medicine Residency faculty in 2011. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, he also practices full-spectrum family medicine, including obstetrics. He is treasurer of the Minnesota Society of Addiction Medicine and was elected to a repeat term on the American Society of Addiction Medicine Public Policy Committee in 2018. He recently received a grant from SAMHSA to help Minnesota address the opioid epidemic. His interests are in healthcare professionals who have substance use disorder, chronic pain management, the integration of addiction treatment into primary care, hospital medicine, rural ER, and addiction in pregnancy and the neonatal period. He is also treasurer at the Minnesota Society of Addiction Medicine.

Research Summary

Opioid addiction in primary care, chronic pain, neonatal abstinence syndrome, perinatal mood disorders.

Service Summary

MAT, video laryngoscopy, chronic pain, perinatal care, mood disorders, motivational interviewing, diabetes management

Clinical Summary

Addiction in primary care, chronic pain, preventive care, diabetes management, mood disorders in primary care




Broadway Family Medicine Clinic
2426 W Broadway Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55411