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Dr. Douglas Lee

Internal Medicine - Hematology
Seattle, WA
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I specialize in
Internal Medicine - Hematology
Internal Medicine - Oncology
I have been in practice
39 years
I speak
English
My answers and insights have
Helped 2,190 people
Received 37 doctor agrees
Here are kind words from others
Dr. Lee is a highly regarded and compassionate medical oncologist. He is devoted to the welfare of his patients, and goes to great lengths to tailor individual patient-specific treatment plans for each of his patients. As a pathologist, I have for the last 10 years, worked closely with Dr. Lee and been quite impressed by his attention to detail. Doug is also very friendly and wonderful to have as a colleague.
I endorse this doctor. Dr. Lee has taken care of many of my patients. he is kind, knowledgable and thorough. His patients like him Raksha Trivedi
I endorse this doctor. Terrific clinician. Superb communication skills. Patient advocate. Well respected by local physician community.
Dr. Lee is an excellent oncologist. He is compassionate, thorough, and has a superb bedside manner. I recommend him highly.
Dr. Lee is a skilled physician whom patients love to see.
I endorse this doctor.
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I am located at
1560 N 115th Street
Suite G-16
Seattle , WA 98133

Accepted Insurance Plans
Aetna
First Choice Health
LifeWise Health Plan of Washington
Medicaid
Medicare
Premera Blue Cross
Regence
UnitedHealthcare
I was educated and trained at
Medical / Graduate School
Yale University School of Medicine
MD - Doctor of Medicine
I've published
Carnitine deficiency presenting with encephalopathy and hyperammonemia in a patient receiving chronic enteral tube feeding: a case report.
J Med Case Rep., 6(1):227 (2012)
Elevated LDH and paranasal sinus involvement are risk factors for central nervous system involvement in patients with peripheral T-cell lymphoma.
Ann. Oncol., Jul;22(7):1636-43 (2011)
Patient training in cancer pain management using integrated print and video materials: a multisite randomized controlled trial.
Pain., Mar;135(1-2):175-86 (2008)