Meet Our Physicians
The Medical Arts Center at Twin Cities Community Hospital is pleased to welcome Doctor David Jackson Levin, M.D., as its new ear, nose and throat specialist. Dr. Levin joined The Medical Arts Center at Twin Cities Community Hospital in August 2012 from the Keck Medical Center at USC, where he completed his internship in General Surgery in 2007. Dr. Levin then completed his residency in Otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat specialties) followed by one year as Chief Resident, running his own service in ENT - Head, Neck and Throat Surgery for LA County Hospital.
Dr. Levin’s background in otolaryngology involves the diagnosis and treatment of ear, nose, throat, head and neck disorders. He is considered an expert in his field and has been a guest presenter on topics including “Anatomy, Pathophysiology, and Surgical Approaches to the Petrous Apex” and “Pharyngeal Ticks” at the University of Southern California as well as at the Los Angeles County Otolaryngology Society Research Study Club. His research on Hashimoto’s Encephalopathy at the City of Hope Cancer Center has contributed to advancements in his field.
Dr. Levin attended Emory University for his undergraduate studies and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and a Minor in Spanish. He further studied his second language (Spanish) at the University of Salamanca, Spain and Enforex Language Program in Barcelona. He subsequently graduated with honors from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio before completing his residency and general surgery internship with Los Angeles County LAC+USC Healthcare Network.
The Medical Arts Center at Twin Cities Community Hospital is pleased to welcome Dr. Levin to the North County community and to offer residents of Paso Robles, Templeton, Atascadero and the greater state of CA, USA his head, neck, ear, nose and throat expertise.
ENT Doctor Levin is proud to be a part of the Medical Center at Twin Cities with proactive ear, nose and throat health care solutions to suit patients’ medical needs.