Henri Lee, MD
Assistant Professor
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
General Internal Medicine

MD, New York University School of Medicine
BA, Harvard College

Expertise includes: Internal Medicine, Hospital Medicine, Palliative Medicine, Serious Illness Communication.

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  1. Julian Mesa, Sunena Tewani, Sagar Patel, Nicholas Bosch, Anne Carr, Henri Lee, Sandhya Rao, Renda S. Wiener, Michael Ieong. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. Evaluation of a quality improvement initiative to implement early family meetings in the medical intensive care unit. 2014; 189:A4514.
  2. Suen Winnie, Hughes Jennifer, Russell Matthew, Lee Henri, Carr Anne, Rao Sandhya, Parker Victoria. . From Role Play to Real Play: Teaching Effective Role-Playing Facilitation Skills. 2011.

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2021 Boston Medical Center: Provider Partner of the Year
2021 Boston University Medical Group: BUMG Excellence in Leadership
2014 Boston University Department of Medicine: Outstanding Citizenship Award
2014 Boston University Medical Center: Section of GIM Most Valuable Player Award
1997 New York University School of Medicine: Alpha Omega Alpha
1993 Harvard College: Phi Beta Kappa
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Palliative Care
Hospital Medicine

I am a clinical faculty member in the Section of General Internal Medicine since 2007. I spend my professional time between clinical medicine (palliative care consultation in both inpatient and outpatient settings) and medical leadership, as the Director of the Palliative Medicine Service at Boston Medical Center. As part of my work, I spend time educating Boston University medical students and internal medicine residents. I also practiced both hospital medicine and palliative medicine at the same time for 20 years, before switching to full-time palliative medicine. I would be able to give some advice on career paths in hospital medicine, palliative medicine, or both, as well providing perspectives on work-life balance.

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