Jeffrey R. Levine, MD OB/GYN

Pregnancy is a very special and exciting time in your life, under Dr. Levine’s care you will receive the highly skilled, compassionate and individualized care that you expect from your OB/GYN. You will have time to build a rapport with Dr. Levine well in advance of your delivery because you will see him for each and every one of your visits.

At your initial Obstetric visit, along with your health history and physical exam, Dr. Levine will review any testing that is indicated during your pre-natal care. You will have the opportunity to and are encouraged to ask any questions or discuss any concerns that you may have at anytime. Our goal is to provide you with the expert care and education that you need to have a healthy pregnancy for you and your baby.

Typically you will see Dr. Levine at his office once every 4 weeks from your first visit until your 28th week of pregnancy, then every 2 weeks from your 29th week until your 36th week and then weekly until you give birth to your baby. If you would like to see pictures and videos of how your baby is developing each week of your pregnancy Click here to access the site.

Dr. Levine delivers his patients at Virtua Hospital on Rt. 73 in Voorhees. You can visit the hospital website virtua.org to see all that is available for you there and for directions. We encourage you to sign up on the Virtua Baby website to access useful information to support you during your pregnancy. There you can pre-register for the delivery of your baby, register for classes if you wish such as childbirth education, breastfeeding or prenatal yoga. You can also track your baby’s development and watch educational videos. Click here to access the site.

In addition to routine prenatal care and deliveries, Dr. Levine is experienced in managing high risk pregnancy and delivery. When a high risk situation exists, Dr. Levine works in close collaboration with Maternal Fetal Medicine (MFM) physicians in providing your care.

Below we have included some informative Patient Education links.

Labor, Delivery, and Postpartum Care

How to Tell When Labor Begins
Cesarean Birth
Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring During Labor
Breastfeeding Your Baby
Newborn Circumcision
Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Delivery: Deciding on a Trial of Labor After Cesarean Delivery
Pain Relief During Labor and Delivery
Postpartum Depression
Labor Induction
The Rh Factor: How It Can Affect Your Pregnancy
High Blood Pressure During Pregnancy
What to Expect After Your Due Date
If Your Baby is Breech
Having Twins
Special Tests for Monitoring Fetal Health
Repeated Miscarriage
Group B Streptococcus and Pregnancy
Exercise During Pregnancy
Morning Sickness
Routine Tests in Pregnancy
Reducing Your Risk of Birth Defects
Ectopic Pregnancy
Screening for Birth Defects
Gestational Diabetes
Obesity and Pregnancy