Andrew Lees, M.D., is a resident physician at the Adult Medicine Clinic at Harborview Medical Center.
Dr. Lees, who earned his degree at UCLA, believes that patient care must be a partnership between the patient and the provider, in which both sides bring their concerns to the table and have their voices heard. He has a passion caring for underserved and Spanish-speaking patients.
Dr. Lees believes that to be a great doctor, one first must be a great person; and that requisite for being a great person is not just tolerating diversity, but embracing it.
Dr. Lees is a former Californian thrilled to be in Seattle, with the great coffee, craft brew and soccer scene (Go Sounders!). His free time consists of running, cooking his way through Raghavan Iyer's masterpiece, "660 curries" and camping in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.