Christina Lee, MD
Dr. Christina Lee is a family medicine physician who cares for patients of all ages. She graduated and received her Doctor of Medicine degree in 1996 from UC Irvine School of Medicine. She completed her Family Medicine residency at USC-PIH in 1999.
Dr. Lee’s desire is to be involved in activities that have interactions with people. She cares for her patients with compassion. Her heart is in volunteering and community work. Her volunteer activities range from being speaker of health topics to blood pressure checks or answering health questions at health fairs and to being a speaker at various community events attended or supported by congress persons.
Dr. Lee feels very blessed to have 4 small children; her youngest is a girl with whom she felt what a close mother-daughter relationship could be which she herself did not have growing up because she was an orphan due to the genocide war during the Khmer Rouge Regime.
For hobbies, Dr. Lee enjoys fishing, eating Cambodian foods, and playing, singing and listening to inspiring songs. She also believes in the importance of having personal spirituality which is a very important component in a person’s life. This personal faith can make positive impact on the individual and on the community as a whole, promoting inner peace, love, and joy that transcend into the community as well.