Marc I. Leavey, M.D., is an primary care specialist at Lutherville Personal Physicians, a Mercy Medical Center Community Physician Site serving the Lutherville, Timonium, Cockeysville, Hunt Valley and Northern Baltimore County areas. Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Dr. Leavey cares for patients from the late teen years into the low 100s.
Patient-Centered, Family-Focused Primary Care
Dr. Marc Leavey is devoted to the well being of each of his patients and their families. As a primary care physician for more than 40 years, Dr. Leavey has served some families for five generations. He takes great pleasure in getting to know his patients as people. Patients appreciate and value Dr. Leavey’s ability to listen to them, get to know them, and give them the adequate time needed to explain their symptoms and how they are feeling.
Primary Care Diagnosis and Treatment
Dr. Marc Leavey provides a range of primary care services from treating coughs and colds to managing symptoms of diabetes and cancer. Dr. Leavey takes care to provide the best treatment options possible for the most common to rare acute and chronic conditions. Patients find comfort in knowing that Dr. Leavey is thorough and detailed in providing treatment and value his attentiveness no matter the condition type.
Dedicated to the Community
Dr. Marc Leavey believes in giving back to the community in various ways. A Baltimore area native and resident of Baltimore County for much of his life, Dr. Leavey has held leadership positions in many organizations, most recently as president of the Beth Tfiloh Congregation, the largest orthodox synagogue in the United States. He also has served as a mentor for high school and college students exploring medicine as a career and Nurse Practitioner students fulfilling their clinical requirements.
Dr. Leavey is a proud grandparent to nine children. He also is an amateur radio operator which has led to interests in computers and digital communications. He combines his technical interests with his love of early twentieth century music by hosting a website dedicated to Al Jolson and a medical blog, which takes its name in part from a popular Glen Miller song.