Ann Lee, F.N.P, M.S.N. graduated from Yonsei University’s School of Nursing, the highest-ranked nursing and medical schools in Korea, where she trained under the theories of modern western medicine. After receiving a Master’s in Nursing, she completed the Post-Master Family Nurse Practitioner program at UC Irvine in 2002.
At the Yonsei University’s Medical Center, she was a neuro-orthopedic surgery charge nurse for five years. After moving to America, she gained medical experience and training in various fields including gynecology, neonatology, maternity, urology, and medical-surgical orthopedic patient care. She has been working at the Hoag Memorial Presbyterian Hospital in Newport Beach for over twenty years where she served as a pediatric charge nurse for ten years and currently works in the NICU.
With a broad spectrum of experience, Ann loves working with patients of all ages. Each patient’s treatment is personalized based on a physical exam and detailed medical history. She specializes in a range of therapies at Center For New Medicine that combine both conventional and integrated medicine, including the following: Physicals, Bio-Identical Hormones, Anti-Aging Therapies, Homeopathy, Nutrition Supplements for Cancer Patients, Trigger Point Injection for Pain Management, IV Immune Therapies, IV Chelation Therapies, and Detoxification Programs.
“After years of experience, I’ve faced medical problems that conventional procedures cannot seems to cure. I realized that conventional and integrated medicine have much to offer, and the wisest form of healthcare is one that make use of both of them in a way that most fully meets the patient’s needs. Sometimes surgery and prescription medicine can only do so much – the best solution is to improve our bodies from the inside out. It’s important to keep an open mind and to explore various treatments and methods, that way we can make educated decisions that keep our bodies, minds, and souls feeling great!”
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