Dr. Michael K. Levine, a board certified pediatrician, is an Honors graduate of Tufts College and Tufts University School of Medicine. His pediatric training was at the New England Medical Center where he was chief resident in pediatrics at the Boston Floating Hospital for Infants and Children. He has been chairman of Pediatrics at Northside Hospital and has developed specific interests in adolescent medicine, child abuse, marital and family problems, attention deficit disorders and related school problems. He has served as president of the Medical/Dental staff of Scottish Rite Children's Hospital, has contributed many articles to the medical literature, is a regular guest on radio talk shows and television concerning children and their health, and was chairman of the Public Relations Committee in Georgia for the American Academy of Pediatrics. He was an original board member of Quality Care Providers, Inc. (QCPI), the Blue Choice network of physicians, and repeatedly has been named one of Atlanta's outstanding physicians by Atlanta Magazine. He retired from active practice September 1, 2008. He now is a docent at the High Museum of Art, an actor in the Senior Ensemble of the Academy Theater and a runner.