I pretty much agree with all the other comments on here - he takes his time with you and thoroughly explains everything. He takes a thorough health history, and at the end asks if there's anything else you'd like to talk to him about. Very friendly.
I've used Dr. Lee only for a physical, but I found him to be an outstanding doctor. He took the time to explain what he was doing, and I actually had confidence that he was being thorough and keeping track of what he said because he uses a tablet PC to record things. No sense at all that I was being rushed. An outstanding doctor all around.
Dr. Lee practices conservatively, and doesn't jump to order intrusive procedures or load patients up with new, fancy, expensive drugs (although he may suggest them if appropriate). He doesn't hesitate to refer someone to a specialist if his/her problem is beyond his expertise. Usually his first diagnosis of a problem is correct (or close enough), but sometimes you may have to persist if it isn't solved right away ... which is better than the opposite approach. He doesn't rush patients out the door, and he sees them as individuals, not just in terms of their disorders. If one knows more than he does about a particular subject, he is eager to learn. He treats his patients as partners, not as subordinates expected to obey orders. We have trusted him with our care for over seven years.
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A new 5-star rating has been posted. "I saw Dr. Lee for a physical last June (2014) and he was great. I would recommend him."December 7, 2014
'birds of a feather' score (based on <a href='/birdsofafeather.jsp?did=114163'>Medicare patients-in-common</a>): 3.8February 5, 2014
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