David Levine is President of DL Consulting, a management consulting group, primarily in health care. He was President and CEO of the Montreal Health and Social Service Agency for 10 years (until 2012), a region with a 1.9 million population. He was President and CEO of the Ottawa Hospital (1998-2001), President and CEO of Notre-Dame Hospital in Montréal (1992-1997), President and CEO of the Verdun General hospital (1982-1992), and CEO of the Local Community Health Center in downtown Montreal (1975-1977). Mr. Levine was also Junior Minister of Health for the province of Québec (2002), Delegate General in New York for the Québec Government (1997-1998), Associate Vice-President, prevention, at the Commission of Occupational Health and Safety as well as Economic Adviser to the Minister of State for Economic Development (1977-1980).
Mr. Levine has a Bachelors degree in civil engineering form McGill University (1970), a Masters of Philosophy in Bio Medical engineering from Imperial College, London, England (1972), and a Masters in Health Administration from the University of Montreal (1975). Mr. Levine has been President of the Association of Teaching Hospitals of Canada, President of the Association of CEO’s of Québec, a Board Member of the Ontario Hospital Association, the Québec Hospital Association, and the Canadian Institute of Health Information. Mr. Levine is currently Adjunct Professor in the department of Family Medicine at McGill University, Clinical Professor in the Department of Health Administration at the University of Montreal, and giving a course in public administration at the University of Moncton. He is also member of the board of NEOMED and of Personalized Medicine Partnership for Cancer.