Karen E. Lee, MD, MPH, is a Harvard trained geriatrician and is board-certified in both family and geriatric medicine. At Tucson Family and Geriatric Medicine in Tucson, Arizona, she treats both acute and chronic conditions, such as diabetes, dementia, osteoporosis, hypertension, cholesterol, thyroid disorders, as well as heart disease. Dr. Lee also offers optional concierge medical services, ethically derived stem cell therapy for chronic pain, medical weight loss services, microneedling and prp for face and hair rejuvenation, as well as I-693 immigration exams.
Dr. Lee completed her geriatric training at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (Harvard-BIDMC) in Boston, Massachusetts. A former internationally recognized concert violinist who has performed recitals at a multitude of retirement communities for over a decade, she is not just concerned about the physical health of seniors but also about the emotional and spiritual well-being of the elderly.
Dr. Lee is a compassionate, empathetic provider who is willing to provide you with the personalized care you deserve, while sharing her expertise to help you make important decisions about your health. She believes in a close patient-doctor relationship for making important decisions about health care.
Dr Lee graduated cum laude from Harvard College with a degree in Biology and obtained her medical degree from the University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis. She also holds a degree in Public Health from the Harvard School of Public Health, and formerly worked with the Minnesota Department of Health on patient education materials for underserved communities.
If you’re looking for a caring, experienced geriatric specialist and family physician, schedule a consultation with Dr. Lee by calling the office or requesting an appointment online today.