Leonard Lichtenstein, MD

Leonard Lichtenstein, MD

Physician in Charleston, SC
Rating 4.7
(181 Reviews)
Specialties:Primary Care, Internal Medicine
NPI #1033227988

Leonard Steven Lichtenstein, MD

This provider is a board-certified internist who only sees patients ages 18 and older. If the patient is under 18 years of age, please select a different primary care provider. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Leonard Lichtenstein, M.D. is an associate professor in medicine. He completed college at Ursinus College, earning a BS in chemistry. He completed medical school at Temple Medical School and did residency at Vanderbilt Medical Center in internal medicine. Dr. Lichtenstein completed his fellowship at the Medical University of South Carolina in endocrinology and metabolism.Dr. Lichtenstein's current certifications and awards are as follows: professional service award, American Diabetes Association; fellow of the American College of Physicians; fellow of the Philadelphia College of Physicians; fellow of the American College of Endocrinology; past secretary/treasurer of Carolinas Chapter of American College of Endocrinology; and past president of the South Carolina affiliate of the American Diabetes Association.

Board Certifications: Internal Medicine, Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism

My Offices

  • Map of 135 Rutledge Ave in Charleston
    Primary Office
    MUSC Health Rutledge Tower
    135 Rutledge Ave
    Charleston, SC 29425
    Day of the WeekHours
    MondayOpen 24 Hours
    TuesdayOpen 24 Hours
    WednesdayOpen 24 Hours
    ThursdayOpen 24 Hours
    FridayOpen 24 Hours
    SaturdayOpen 24 Hours
    SundayOpen 24 Hours

Insurances Accepted

  • Fellowship at Medical University of South Carolina Medical Center
  • Residency at Vanderbilt University Hospital and The Vanderbilt Clinic
  • Internship at Vanderbilt University Hospital and The Vanderbilt Clinic
  • Medical School at Temple University School of Medicine
  • English
  • Male


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