Daniel D. Lee, MD
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I speak: English
My gender: Male
Where I practice
I am originally from New York and studied hospitality management at the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University. After a brief stint in corporate real estate finance, I made the decision to change focus and devote my life to health care, which would allow me to make a more significant contribution to society. I lived in Lima, Peru, for 2 years, working for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to implement rapid diagnostic testing for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis. I then returned to the United States and received my medical degree from the Weill Cornell Medical College. I completed my residency in obstetrics and gynecology and fellowship in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. Every interaction with my patients and colleagues affirms my decision to pursue a career in medicine, specifically in women’s health. I am excited that this journey brought my family and me to the Pacific Northwest and gave me the opportunity to serve this community.
About my practice
My unique background in hospitality has made me keenly aware of how important the patient experience is in overall health and wellness. The base of my care is built on mutual trust and respect and the importance of shared decision-making. I offer both surgical and non-surgical management of common conditions such as pelvic organ prolapse and urinary and fecal incontinence. My goal is to make my patients comfortable and provide them with the knowledge to make an empowered decision to help improve their quality of life. I am privileged everyday to see the positive impact my subspecialty can have on women’s lives.
How I thrive
I thrive by being surrounded by my supportive community of family, friends, and colleagues. When not at work, I can often be found baking in the kitchen, dining out in one of Portland’s amazing restaurants, or hiking and traveling the world. I truly believe in living a well-balanced life, which includes plenty of good food, friends, family, and fresh air. I wholly prescribe to the Latin phrase anima sana in corpore sano (a healthy soul in a healthy body).
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