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MMC welcomes new family physician

MMC welcomes new family physician

In medical school, Dr. Jennifer Culpepper Lee couldn't decide if she liked treating children or adults more. As a family medicine physician, she chose both.

Now she has chosen to bring her compassion and expertise to the community of Sibley and Minden Medical Center.

A Minden native, Dr. Lee is looking forward to joining her extended family in the Minden area with her husband, Jeff, and raising their children, Addison and Maren with the small-town sense of community she felt growing up.

Dr. Lee is enthusiastic about helping patients improve their health and preserve good health for a lifetime. She has a special interest in treating patients with high blood pressure, diabetes and lung problems.

Dr. Lee received her Medical Doctorate Degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine in Shreveport and is a member of the American Association of Family Physicians.

She completed her Internship and Family Practice Residency at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center in Tyler, Texas. On a personal note, Dr. Lee enjoys running, cooking, baking and taking care of her two daughters.

Dr. Lee is now accepting new patients of all ages at Lee Family Medicine Clinic. Her office is located at 382 North Main Street in Sibley. Appointments can be made by calling 382-0909.

Preventive services for all ages include well child care; school, work and camp physical exams; immunizations for children and adults; lifestyle modification; and health maintenance.

Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.; closed Saturday and Sunday.

 
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