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About me

Dr. Byron Lee is a cardiologist and electrophysiologist who cares for patients with abnormal heart rhythms, specializing in treatments such as radiofrequency ablation and implantable devices. In his research, he focuses on topics including sudden cardiac death, atrial fibrillation and biventricular pacing to treat heart failure.

A native of San Francisco, Lee earned his medical degree from Harvard Medical School. He completed his training in internal medicine, cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology at Stanford Medicine.

  • Education

    Harvard School of Medicine, 1994

  • Residencies

    Stanford University Medical Center, Internal Medicine, 1997

  • Fellowships

    Stanford University Medical Center, Cardiology, 2000

    Stanford University Medical Center, Cardiac Electrophysiology, 2001

  • Board Certifications

    Cardiovascular Disease, American Board of Internal Medicine

    Clinical Cardiac Electrophysio, American Board of Medical Specialties

  • Academic Title

    Professor

  • Languages

    Cantonese

Asian Heart and Vascular Center

1600 Divisadero St., Second Floor
San Francisco, CA 94115

Cardiac Electrophysiology and Arrhythmia Service

400 Parnassus Ave., Fifth Floor
San Francisco, CA 94143

Cardiovascular Genetics Program

535 Mission Bay Blvd. South
San Francisco, CA 94158

My reviews

4.8

Overall Experience
138 Reviews
I have absolute and total confidence in Dr. Lee - he was kind caring and knowledgeable.
Explained things in a way that was easy to understand
136 Reviews
Did the doctor pay attention to your concerns
137 Reviews
Gave easy to understand instructions about taking care of health problems or concerns
134 Reviews
Knew the important information about your medical history
137 Reviews
The provider showed respect for what you had to say
136 Reviews
The provider spent enough time with me
137 Reviews

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