Dr Jason Lee graduated from the University of Notre Dame Medical School in 2011 and trained at the Ballarat Base Hospital and Royal Melbourne Hospital before completing further training in general practice and obtaining Fellowship in the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and the Clinical Diploma in Palliative Medicine.
During his time at Ballarat Base Hospital and Royal Melbourne Hospital he trained in rotations including emergency, surgery, obstetrics and gynaecology, cardiology, paediatrics, intensive care, aged care and palliative care. In mid-2017 Dr Lee accepted the role of Palliative Care Registrar at Barwon Health, Geelong which consisted of wards rounds on the palliative care unit, attending multidisciplinary meetings, supervising medical students, seeing hospital referrals for palliative medicine matters as part of the palliative care consultation service, and home visits for palliative care patients.
Dr Lee has published and presented on a variety of areas including palliative care, general medicine, gastroenterology, hypertension and human embryonic stem cells. He has also been involved in research studies on disease awareness in patients with type 2 diabetes and adaptation of human embryonic stem cells to different feeder cells.
Dr Lee believes in providing quality evidence-based medicine and holistic care for people in the community to optimise their health and wellbeing. Dr Lee is interested in all areas of general practice but has special interests in general medicine, chronic disease and palliative medicine.
Dr Lee is fluent in Cantonese.