Jenni Levy, MD, is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Palliative Care. She is a Fellow of the American Academy on Communication in Healthcare and has 30 years of experience, including a decade as medical director of a non-profit hospice. She has special training in relationship-centered communication, motivational interviewing, and end-of-life communication.
Dr. Levy followed her father and both grandfathers into the practice of medicine, earning her undergraduate degree from Princeton and her medical degree from New York Medical College. Dr. Levy completed an internal medicine residency and primary care fellowship at Santa Clara Kaiser Medical Center and served on internal medicine faculties in California and Pennsylvania until 2007, when she moved from primary care to hospice. She is a published poet and essayist as well as an experienced small-group facilitator.
Dr. Levy graduated from the Faculty Training Program of the American Academy in Communication and Healthcare in 2004 and has served in several leadership positions in the organization, most recently as President.
In addition to her medical work, Dr. Levy enjoys reading mysteries and American history, solving crossword puzzles, and watching her daughter dance.