Meet William Lee, M.D.

Background & Education

  • University of Kansas Medical School
  • Board Certified OB/GYN
  • Board Certified in Anti-Aging Medicine
  • Published Author 
    Over 50 Feeling 30!: How Bioidentical Hormones Bring Your Body Back

Interests

  • Avid reader
  • Biking
  • Golf
  • Exercise
  • Hiking
  • Spending time with children and grandchildren

How do you stay involved in your community?

By supporting my wife, Sue. She started the “Sock It To Em” sock campaign.  Her organization has given socks to 42 different entities that help the homeless as well as battered women’s shelters (just last year she collected 32,000 pair)!  The “Sock It To Em” campaign is currently in 13 states and growing.  Sue’s goal is to have sock ambassadors in every state in 2016.  Sign up to be a “sock ambassador” in your local community!

Why did you choose concierge medicine?

Simple.  I need more time with each patient.  Running behind when seeing patients is a daily stressor for me.  Considering the current political climate, physicians are being forced, for economic reasons, to become employed by hospitals.  Those physicians in private practice are a dying breed.  I refuse to go down that path where everything is regimented and the philosophy is contrary to mine.  I am about prevention of disease and improving the quality of life, employing holistic or alternative principles.  The only way I can maintain what I do for and with my patients is to transition into a delightful concierge practice.

Favorite Quote

“People do not care how much you know, until they know how much you care”

Patient Testimonial

"I love Dr. Lee.  I'm thrilled with the care that he provides for me.  He's knowledgeable, I trust his judgment and will be a patient for life!"

Concierge Medicine Philosophy & Approach

We believe that medicine today should focus on prevention, early detection, wellness, direct patient care and spending dedicated time with patients. These are the tenets of concierge medicine. After years of private practice, physicians who transition to concierge medicine get to return to giving patients the type of care they envisioned when entering medical school. Learn More

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