Emily Lee is a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner specializing in family practice. In 2003, she graduated from Howard Community College with an Associate’s degree in nursing and was awarded the Gail Heithlinger Nursing Award of Excellence. She began working at Johns Hopkins Hospital in the neurology and neuro-trauma intermediate care department, as well as the epilepsy monitoring unit. Following her time at Johns Hopkins, she went onto provide comprehensive home care through MedStar Visiting Nurses Association.
In 2007, she returned to University of Maryland to pursue a double degree and entered into the RN to MSN program. In 2009, she earned her BS in nursing and attained Summa Cum Laude honors. In 2012, she earned her Master’s in Science of Nursing degree becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner. Emily was inducted into Sigma Theata Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Pi chapter in 2010 where she remains an active member today. Additionally, she is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.
Emily’s particular health care interests include women’s health and primary prevention to achieve optimal health and minimize chronic illnesses. Emily’s operating principal since becoming a nurse has always been “treat your patients the way you would like to be treated.” She cares for patients ages 12 and over. During her spare time, she cherishes spending with her husband and 2 girls.