Melissa Lee

Melissa Lee, MD

  • ASSISTANT PROFESSOR | Medicine, General Internal Medicine

Melissa Lee, MD, FAAP, FACP, is the Medical Director of Ambulatory Care Services at Mount Sinai Queens. Dr. Lee serves as a primary care provider for adults and children at Family Health Associates and is the site director of Ambulatory Care Clerkship for the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Her administrative role includes the oversight of medical care, supervision of providers, community outreach and the implementation of quality improvement initiatives, including the development of a patient centered practice focused on comprehensive preventative care. Dr. Lee obtained her medical degree at the Yale University School of Medicine and completed her residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the Harvard Combined Program for Internal Medicine and Pediatrics in Boston.

Born and raised in Queens, Dr. Lee spent the last six years as an Internist/Pediatrician with the Indian Health Service on the Navajo Reservation. As a National Health Service Scholar, Dr. Lee served in Chinle, Arizona, in the Four Corners Area. There, she cared for Native American patients as an inpatient and outpatient doctor.

Dr. Lee is a member of a school leadership team and coaches a little league baseball team. She continues to pursue community activism and finds her role as a primary care provider with Mount Sinai Queens a perfect complement to the community initiatives and outreach she strives to share with the adults and children of Western Queens.