MARION, Ohio — Ken W. Lee, MD, MS, FACC, cardiac
electrophysiologist, has joined OhioHealth Heart & Vascular Physicians and the
OhioHealth Marion General Hospital medical staff. Dr. Lee treats cardiovascular
disease and offers full-time electrophysiology services at OhioHealth Marion
Medical Campus and Marion General Hospital.
Dr. Lee treats abnormal heart
rhythms; implants and removes cardiac pacemakers and cardioverter
defibrillators; provides comprehensive diagnostic electrophysiologic studies,
including tilt table testing, to help diagnose causes of fainting or
palpitations; performs curative ablation of a wide spectrum of cardiac arrhythmias;
and provides advanced device-related treatment for congestive heart failure.
Dr. Lee’s fellowships in clinical
cardiology and clinical cardiac electrophysiology were completed at the
University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CA. He completed his
residency at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis and medical school at the
Cornell University Medical College in New York City. His Bachelor of Science
and Master of Science degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science were
obtained at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr. Lee is board
certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Internal Medicine,
Cardiovascular Disease, and Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology.
As part of the OhioHealth family of
physicians, Dr. Lee and his patients have access to one of the top 15
healthcare systems in the nation, connecting them to advanced care and globally
recognized heart and vascular physicians.
To make an appointment with Dr. Lee,
or for more information, please call (740) 383.7980. The office is located at the
OhioHealth Marion Medical Campus, 1050 Delaware Avenue, in Marion, Ohio.