Dr Albert Lee
|Dr Albert Lee|
About Dr Albert Lee
Over the course of more than 10 years, board-certified neurologist Dr. Albert Lee has assisted patients at Indiana Neurology Specialty Care in Lafayette. Additionally, Dr. Lee maintains affiliations with other hospitals and clinics in Indianapolis, Lafayette, and other cities.
As an expert neurologist, Dr. Albert Lee focuses his efforts on sleep disorders, multiple sclerosis, headaches, and movement disorders. As President and owner of Indiana Neurology Specialty Care, he has earned extensive acclaim. Since 2006, he has received the America?s Top Physicians Award in each consecutive year. During his career, Dr. Lee has maintained affiliations with over a dozen facilities, including Pulaski Memorial Hospital, Westview Hospital, Jasper County Hospital, St. Elizabeth Medical Center, St. Vincent Hospital & Health Services, and Woodlawn Hospital.
Dr. Albert Lee keeps up with the latest developments in general and neurological medicine through his membership in numerous professional organizations in both the United States and United Kingdom. He holds membership in the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, American Academy of Neurology, and the Indiana State Medical Association. He is also a member of the British Medical Association and Royal College of Physicians.
As a neurologist, Dr. Albert Lee applies his extensive education. He began his academic pursuits at Queen's University Belfast in Northern Ireland, where he earned his medical degree. He completed postgraduate studies in the United Kingdom, including an internship and various residencies in internal medicine and cardiology. Notably, Dr. Lee completed a residency in neurology at Guy's Hospital/Brook General Hospital in London. In the United States, Dr. Albert Lee completed further studies in internal medicine at St Mary's Hospital in New York. He continued his studies in neurology at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota.
At present, Dr. Albert Lee supports his community in a number of ways. He contributes to two charities, New Life Ministries International and Good News Mission. He also offers free services to patients who are underserved and works with local community health centers.
Indiana Neurology Specialty Care
1997 - Present
1979 - 1984