Kevin Lee, MDFamily Medicine
“I believe that Family Medicine is about relationships. My goal is to take care of the whole patient and not just their diagnoses. Part of that involves being a good listener, but also a good educator. I always hope to help people understand what’s going on with them and why we are doing certain things. There may be times that we don’t always do things the way the patient wants, but that’s usually because I am trying to be a good advocate and steward of their health. In doing so, I try to bring a small town feel to the doctor-patient relationship as much as possible.”
- Family Medicine
Areas of Expertise
- Diabetes Education
- International and Service Medicine
- Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine
Fairfax Family Practice – Virginia Commonwealth University
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
Virginia Commonwealth University
Certificate of Biochemistry
College of William and Mary
Bachelor of Arts in Economics
George Mason University
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Hospital Affiliated With
United States Army
Jeannie Schmidt Free Clinic
Medical Missions to Honduras
Physicians for Human Rights
Remote Area Medicine
Dr. Lee likes cooking and restaurants, Washington sports teams and the New York Yankees. He is a guitar player, and likes spending time with his family, friends, and church, and plays recreational golf.
His office hours are Monday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm, Tuesday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm.
Dr. Lee grew up as a military brat and split most of his childhood in Korea and Virginia. His family settled into Fairfax, VA where he graduated from Falls Church High School. After completing his B.A. in Economics at William and Mary, he served in the United States Army as an Armor Officer for 4 years. After leaving the service, he began working towards admission into Medical School while working in the restaurant business and at Inova Fairfax Hospital as a clinical technician.
He attended medical school at VCU School of Medicine’s Medical College of Virginia. He completed his residency training through VCU’s Fairfax Family Medicine Program, where he received awards in teaching all 3 years. He is currently a full-time board certified physician with Herndon Family Medicine but also serves as an Associate Faculty Physician with VCU’s Family Medicine and Population Health Department.
In his free time, Dr. Lee works with high school students at Mclean Bible Church and volunteers to provide medical care to the underserved in Southwest Virginia. He is also an avid fan of the Washington Redskins, Nationals, and Capitals.