Christopher Ryan Lee, M.D.
Dr. Lee is a UW clinical assistant professor of anesthesiology. His expertise includes anesthesia for ambulatory (outpatient) surgeries, which encompasses procedures in most surgical specialties. He is an attending physician for the obstetric anesthesia service, which specializes in the care of high-risk pregnancies.
He is also the chair of the UWMC Anesthesiology's Quality Improvement program, which strives to make anesthesia safer through systems improvement, education and research.
Family, photography, birdwatching, cooking, computers, travel and a little bit of most everything.
The efficient provision of safe, compassionate care within the setting of an academic medical institution. Regional anesthesia, including both peripheral nerve blocks and neuraxial (epidural and spinal) anesthetic techniques. Nerve blocks are typically used in surgeries involving the extremities, and neuraxial techniques are most commonly used in surgeries on the chest, abdomen and pelvis.
|UW - Division of General Internal Medicine
|UW - Dept. of Anesthesiology
|Univ. of Washington, School of Medicine
|American Board of Anesthesiology