Level density models have an undeniable importance for a better perception on the nature of nuclear reactions, which influences our life via various ways. Many novel and advanced medical application use radioisotopes, which are produced with nuclear reactions. By considering the connection between the level density models and the importance of theoretical calculations for the production routes of medically important isotopes, this study is performed to investigate the level density model effects on the production cross-section calculations of Zn-62, Ga-68, Kr-77, Pd-103, In-111, I-124 and At-211 radioisotopes via some alpha particle induced and neutron emitting reactions. For theoretical calculations; frequently used computation tools, such as TALYS and EMPIRE codes, are applied. Obtained theoretical results are then compared with the experimental data, taken from Experimental Nuclear Reaction Data (EXFOR) library. For a better interpretation of the results, a mean weighted deviation calculation for each investigated reaction is performed in addition to a visual comparison of the graphical representations of the outcomes.