Ivy Lee, MD
MD: University of California, San Francisco
RESIDENCY (Dermatology): Georgetown University
BOARD-CERTIFIED: The American Board of Dermatology
Dr. Lee is a DirectDerm physician who practices in Pasadena, California. A leading advocate of teledermatology, she sees how technology can empower patients by improving access to the specialty.
“Because dermatology is a visual specialty, it’s a natural fit for teleconsultations,” she said. “Thanks to high-quality images and the ease of transmitting them, patients who live in underserved parts of the country can now be seen by a board-certified dermatologist and receive a timely diagnosis and treatment plan.”
Dr. Lee serves as Chair of the American Academy of Dermatology’s Telemedicine Task Force and has experience implementing teledermatology programs in California – working to ensure that care is delivered safely, responsibly and with an uncompromising commitment to quality.
Whether she’s advocating for better health policy, reviewing a patient’s images online, or consulting with a primary care provider, the goal is the same – to provide patients with high-quality, personalized dermatologic care – regardless of where they live or their ability to pay.
Medical Degree – University of California, San Francisco.
Residency (Dermatology) – Georgetown University Hospital – Washington Hospital Center.
Certified – The American Board of Dermatology.
Fellow – American Academy of Dermatology.
Chair of American Academy of Dermatology’s Telemedicine Task Force.
Spanish and Mandarin Chinese