Dr. Lee is an internal medicine physician and has been in practice since 1999. Dr. Lee earned his bachelor's degree with honors from Stanford University and his M.D. from the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine.
He is board certified in internal medicine.
Patient Care Philosophy
I try to treat each of my patients the way I would want one of my family members to be treated when they see their doctor.
Weight Loss - There are now quite a few medications that can be helpful in losing weight.
Opiate Dependence - I have enjoyed seeing patients' lives improve in all aspects as they are treated with Suboxone.
Vertigo - I like treating people with vertigo (dizziness) since it’s often misdiagnosed and about half of patients can walk out of the office significantly improved.
Back, Shoulder and knee pain - My father was an orthopedic surgeon and I spent a fair amount of time watching him treat patients. As a result, I am comfortable taking care of basic orthopedic problems such as back, shoulder and knee pain.
Diabetes - My mom has diabetes. When you have a family member with a certain illness you become that much more interested in it.
|University of Chicago Pritzker||Medical education|
|Mount Auburn Hospital||Internship|
|Mount Auburn Hospital||Residency|
|MD||University of Chicago Pritzker||1996|
|American Board of Internal Medicine||Internal Medicine||1999|