Internal Medicine Residency Program
Eugene Lee, MD, MPH, FACP,
Associate Program Director
Eugene Lee is a Bay Area native who graduated from UCLA with a degree in Evolutionary Biology and obtained his MPH at the Yale University School of Public Health in Health Policy and Administration. His medical degree is from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He circled back closer to home and completed his residency in primary care internal medicine at UC Davis where he also served as Chief Resident and clinical faculty.
In 2009 he joined the faculty primary care practice at California Pacific Medical Center becoming a provider and resident educator. He currently serves an Associate Program Director for the internal medicine residency and a clinical informaticist specializing in resident education, in/outpatient providers, and utilizing the EHR for quality improvement/research.
His interests include preventive healthcare, health policy, outpatient procedures, local history, and the wide variety of San Francisco food choices. He has a wealth of random, and sometimes useful, information.