Dr. Lee believes long-term care increases familiarity with patients’ health problems, which in turn, promotes better outcomes. He practices family medicine with MANA FAmily Medicine.
Dr. Lee grew up in Searcy, Arkansas. He and his wife, Maggie, fell in love with Northwest Arkansas when he did his residency with UAMS Northwest and decided they wanted to raise their family here. They now have two wonderful boys. Maggie, formerly in marketing, now stays at home with their sons. “We feel so blessed that our current situation allows this commitment,” admits Lee. The Lee family attend Temple Baptist Church in Springdale where Dr. Lee serves as a Deacon, sings in the choir, and leads a small group; while his wife Maggie heads the nursery. When Dr. Lee is not practicing medicine, he enjoys golf, tennis, basketball, bow hunting, and snow skiing. Dr. Lee and his entire family are avid Razorback fans.
Dr. Lee is associated with Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
- Board Certified in Family Medicine by the American Board of Family Practice
Family Practice Residency
University of Arkansas School for Medical Science – Northwest
Doctorate of Medicine
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock
Masters Degree in Cell and Molecular Biology
Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri
Bachelor of Science Degree in Zoology
Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas
- General Family Practice