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Yuriy Shevtziv, MD

Internal Medicine, Primary Care

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Internal Medicine
Primary Care
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Languages spoken
English, Ukrainian, Polish, Russian

Dr. Shevtziv's Locations

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2649 Schoenersville Road
Suite 201
Bethlehem, PA 18017-7316
United States

LVPG Internal Medicine-Nazareth Road

3735 Nazareth Road
Suite 301
Easton, PA 18045-8347
United States

Conditions Dr. Shevtziv Treats

About Dr. Shevtziv

Philosophy of care

I’m a primary care physician, so I treat the patient as a whole and address all needs, whether physical, mental or social. Specialists such as cardiologists may specifically treat the heart, or pulmonologists may treat the lungs. Primary care physicians treat the whole body from top to bottom. We identify the nature of the problem and address it or, if called for, are able to refer a patient for more specialized care. I enjoy what I do because I like to help patients and prevent diseases before they start.

Why I entered medicine

I wanted to help people and I like to interact face-to-face, so I always had a passion for medicine. It’s rewarding to help someone directly with my skills, mind and know-how, so to speak. And I like the long-term relationships that come with primary care. I treat people from ages 16 to 90 or even 100, and I get to know their families and kids. It’s very rewarding to take care of entire families.

Community involvement

I sing in a church choir and am involved in church life. I like to sing and enjoy music in general.

Personal interests

I enjoy skiing in winter and playing soccer in summer. I belong to a recreational soccer league of people above 40. We’ve been playing together for more than 12 years, mostly on weekends. For skiing, I like to go out West to the Rockies. I pick a different place each year, such as Big Sky, Montana, Snowmass, Colorado, Snowbird, Utah, and Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and go for a week at a time. Locally, I enjoy taking my kids to Blue Mountain and Camelback.


Medical Training
Danylo Halytsky Lviv National Medical University, MD - Doctor of Medicine, 1992


Internship 2006
Internal Medicine, Easton Hospital, Easton, PA

Residency 2007
Internal Medicine, Easton Hospital, Easton, PA

Chief Resident 2008
Internal Medicine, Easton Hospital, Easton, PA


American Board of Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine

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