FORA.tv Speaker - Jennifer Lee

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Biography

Jennifer Lee is a volunteer physician and board member at the Arlington Free Clinic in Arlington, Virginia, where she has been helping the clinic understand and respond to the implications of health reform for the clinic.

She currently works as the special assistant for community engagement to the Principal Deputy Under Secretary for Health in the Veterans Health Administration. Prior to that, Dr. Lee served as a White House Fellow in the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Dr. Lee holds a faculty appointment in the Departments of Emergency Medicine and Health Policy at The George Washington University. She completed her residency training in emergency medicine at Johns Hopkins University and received her medical degree from the Washington University School of Medicine and her undergraduate degree from Yale University. She was a health policy fellow on the US Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee from 2002- 2003.

From 2010-11, she served as co-chair of the Northern Virginia Access to Health Care Consortium. She was appointed by Governor Tim Kaine to serve on the Virginia Board of Medicine from 2008-11.

1 Program

What It Means for Patients & Providers

10.03.13 | 01:06:06 min | 0 comments