Alan R. Levinstone, MD

Internal Medicine
5895 Trinity Parkway Suite 100
Centreville, VA 20120 Get Directions
Alan R. Levinstone, MD
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Annual Membership Fee

500.00 every 3 months **
1,000.00 every 6 months **
2,000.00 each year **

My Philosophy and Approach to Wellness...

My goal is to manage and anticipate your unique healthcare needs. As an MDVIP-affiliated doctor, I will partner with you on a personal level to help you achieve the optimal health we all value. We will closely collaborate on what it takes to stay on the path to wellness. You will feel welcomed by the relaxed, individualized attention you will receive from everyone in our office.

Dr. Levinstone's Credentials

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Maida Vale & Queen's Square Hospital
London, England
Neurology 1978

Parkland Hospital
Dallas, TX
Internal Medicine 1974-1975
Neurology 1975-1978

Parkland Hospital
Dallas, TX

Medical School:
Ohio State University, College of Medicine
Columbus, OH
Doctorate of Medicine 1973
Cum Laude

Stevens Institute of Technology
Hoboken, NJ
Bachelor of Science, Chemistry 1970
Graduated with High Honor

American Board of Internal Medicine
Fair Oaks Hospital
Top Doc, Washingtonian Magazine 2005
Alpha Omega Alpha, Medical Honor Society
Fair Oaks Hospital
- Ethics Committee 1994-2005
- Grievance Committee 2000-2003
- Patient Safety Committee 2001-2003
Virginia Medical Society

Testimonials from patients of Dr. Levinstone

from CAROL in NC March 23, 2020 for Alan R. Levinstone, MD

I tell my friends that Dr. Levinstone is like a dog with a bone. When he suspects something is not right, he keeps looking until he finds the source of the problem. This is how he found my cancer. He did not like the way some of my standard tests were looking, so he sent me for more tests and more tests, until they found the problem - a 12mm cancerous tumor right where my stomach met my small… See more

from James in VA March 17, 2020 for Alan R. Levinstone, MD

Dr. Levinstone has been my practitioner since prior to 2000., and prior to MDVIP. He was always accessible and always enjoyed some political back and forth during my check ups which was much better than just talking about my overall health. In 2003, I was diagnosed with the chronic version of Guillain-Barre Syndrome (CIDP) which is an autoimmune disease that attacks the nervous system making… See more

from Carl in VA March 16, 2020 for Alan R. Levinstone, MD

Just wanted to say a BIG THANK YOU for all you have done my health over the past 16 years. Especially with my thyroid problem! I am much healthier today because of your efforts.

Again, THANKS for everything!

from Kim in VA March 12, 2020 for Alan R. Levinstone, MD

Dr. Levinstone saved my husbands life 5 years ago. My husband had a Staphylococcus Infection in his spine. We had been to the local hospital three times and they sent him home all three times with new reasons why we had pain in his shoulder blade and chest. A week later was Mother’s Day and I had the car packed with the children ready to go to Philly to surprise my Mom. I gave my husband a… See more

from Katie in VA March 12, 2020 for Alan R. Levinstone, MD

I have already submitted my story last year. However once again, my cheers to Dr Levinstone for being a great doctor!

from T in VA March 12, 2020 for Alan R. Levinstone, MD

My husband had back surgery a few years ago. The day he was suppose to be released he had a heartache at the hospital. That was the beginning of a 2 month hospital/rehab saga. Dr. Alan Levinstone was with us at every turn.
He explained to a resident over the phone one weekend that the hospital gave my husband meds that had bad interaction when used together. Then talked him through what… See more

from Harry in VA March 11, 2020 for Alan R. Levinstone, MD

After complaining about some minor back pain a few years ago Dr. Levinstone ordered a series of tests and exams to explore not only the cause of the back pain but to be sure there were no other related issues. These test discovered a kidney tumor that proved to be cancerous. The cancer was totally unrelated to the back pain. Dr. Levinstone arranged for kidney surgery within three weeks which… See more

from Katherine in VA March 10, 2020 for Alan R. Levinstone, MD
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In 2011, I showed up at Dr. Levinstone's office feeling tired. My symptoms were: I can lift weights at exercise class, but I keep getting worse at running around the track, and I get tired walking from building to building on my campus, which is unusual for me.. I was 57. That's it. Many, many family physicians would have said my symptoms were too vague to do anything about.… See more

from Leslie in VA March 10, 2020 for Alan R. Levinstone, MD

I had watched Dr. Levinstone treat my mother in law for 20 years. He was always such an attentive, caring physician, he had time to listen to her because that was just as important as her physical complaints. When I moved my own mother to the area it was Dr. Levinstone I chose to be her physician too. I couldn't have been more pleased.
When my husband and I finally moved to the… See more