Matthew Levy, D.O., M.Sc., FACEP, FAEMS is an associate professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine and holds a leadership role in its Division of Special Operations. Dr. Levy is board certified in emergency medicine and subspecialty certified in emergency medical services. He is also a fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians and a Fellow of the Academy of Emergency Medical Services. Dr. Levy works closely with multiple local, state and federal emergency medical services, special operations medicine, and disaster medicine response elements.
Dr. Levy joined the faculty of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in 2009. He completed his training in emergency medicine at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in 2009 after serving as chief resident (2008–2009). Dr. Levy’s research focuses on pre-hospital, operational and disaster medicine. He is the medical director of Howard County Fire and Rescue and serves as a Regional Medical Director for the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems. Dr. Levy is a tactical physician with the Maryland State Police and Howard County Police. He is also the founding commander of the Maryland-1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team and the medical director of the paramedic program at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.