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Qualifications and Experience
At Edward C Lee, MD Inc., we recognize that your choice of physician is driven by both the doctor's competency and personality. With ear, nose and throat problems, you need an otolaryngologist who is experienced, understanding and supportive. For more than a decade, Dr. Lee has been delivering care with superb results and has earned trust and respect from his patients. He and his office staff work together as a team to respond to your needs and keep you informed about your health issues.
Dr. Edward Lee received his BA degree from the Johns Hopkins University where he was also inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa Honors Society. After attending the prestigious medical school at the University of California San Francisco, he went on to receive his Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery residency training at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York City. He also completed fellowship training in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery at the world renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital. Upon finishing his specialty training he took an academic position in the ENT department at the Thomas Jefferson Medical Center as a clinical teaching instructor. He was also chief of the ENT Section at the Wilmington VA Medical Center in Delaware from 1996 to 1998. He moved to Northern California in 1998 to start his private practice in Los Altos View and has been a staff physician at the El Camino Hospital.
Dr. Lee is board certified in both Otolaryngology and Facial Plastic Surgery. He has co-authored numerous peer reviewed articles and gave oral presentations at national and local meetings. He has appeared in the "Best Doctors" section in San Jose Magazine for the last several years. Dr. Lee is married with two children, and lives in Los Altos.
Verified Patient Reviews
Dr. Edward Lee has been my preferred ENT practitioner since 2002. Presently, I must go out of network to be treated by Dr. Lee, as I belong to Kaiser Health. I return to DR. Lee when my primary care physician, and specialist at Kaiser are unable to help me sufficiently.
Dr Lee was very friendly and explained very well.
He is very knowledgable and took the time to answer all my questions and give thoughtful explanations.
Dr. Lee was very professional, gave me good advice, and didn't appear rushed while with me.
Dr. Edward addressed my problem and was very efficient. Did not prescribe any unnecessary meds and was very clear about what my ailment was.
Average not highly recommended
The doctor is nice and Expensive. Usually I will pay at my bill coming from insurance company which will give some discount as my plan is high deductible. But this place collects money at the site, it makes me feel bad. Another, the reception ladies look to be always busy except collect money.
Dr. Lee was amazing. He's calm, kind and patiently explained everything. I recommend him.
I had a good experience as a new patient. The Doctor saw me on short notice. The staff was attentive and pleasent.
Very knowledgeable, and performed endoscopy right in the office. Very happy with my visit...
Office staff was friendly and helpful. Facility was modern and spotless. Most of all Dr. Lee was great. Highly recommend him.
This man has his own diagnosis in mind without your input. He is convinced everyone is stupid. Does not listen.
This is a shorter version of the review I left on Yelp. I went to him for a second opinion. He insisted on knowing what the other doctor had said before giving his opinion. He didn't tell me about an add-on cost procedure before putting a numbing agent in my nose - to do that procedure. It felt slimy - literally. Caveat emptor.
Dr. Edward Lee was very friendly. He listens to you patiently and gives proper advice. All in all, it was a good experience.
Complete duplicate paper work was demanded over a filling of the net form. Repeated reminding calls to discourage appointment due I don't have supplement insurance besides Medicare. Unfriendly nurse just pushed me to pay. 5 minutes examination of the doctor. No sense of listening the patience. No reading of filled up form. Rushed to the next patient.