Dr. Guy Lee is a board-certified surgeon who specializes in spinal surgery, reconstruction, trauma and degenerative conditions of the spine. He became interested in the field of orthopedics after working as an X-ray technologist as an undergraduate. He earned his M.D. from Temple University School of Medicine. He completed his internship and residency at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, where he received numerous honors and awards for his acumen and research.
Dr. Lee is fellowship-trained in reconstructive spinal surgery. He has published several articles related to conditions and treatment of the spine. He has participated in multiple FDA trials and is actively involved in ongoing research that includes a non-fusion device for spinal stabilization.
Dr. Lee holds professional membership in the North American Spine Society and is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.
For Dr. Lee, communication with the patient and the patient's family helps build long-term relationships. He appreciates the personal feel of the community hospital setting of Doylestown Hospital. "Doylestown is a well respected hospital that provides all aspects of patient care but still has a personal feel" says Dr. Lee. "All of the staff doctors have trained at major universities and can provide the same high quality care as academic institutions."
Dr. Lee plans to stay on the leading edge of orthopedic care, which he sees as including smaller incisions with quicker recovery and better long-term results.
Dr. Lee's main hobby is playing guitar in the band Rose's Cross. The band plays many fundraising events to help needy individuals in the local community.