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2 Overhill Road, Suite 260
Scarsdale NY 10583
Phone: 914.722.9440
Fax: 914.722.9441

Scarsdale Integrative Medicine
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Palliative Medicine & Medical Marijuana

chronic pain practitioner bernard lee

Bernard Lee, MD

 Family Medicine and Palliative Medicine
Director of Medical Marijuana Program

Dr. Bernie Lee is Associate Chief Medical Officer for Metropolitan Jewish Hospice and Palliative Care, which is New York State's largest palliative care agency; where Dr.Lee leads the daily clinical operations, ensures quality and ethical standards, maintains regulatory compliance, develops new business and strategic plans, and educates professional staff. He also provides top quality education to medical students, physicians in training, as well as attending physicians and other health care professionals as an Assistant Clinical Professor at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine .

Dr. Lee is double board certified in Family Medicine, as well as, Hospice and Palliative Medicine. As a West Point Academy graduate, he serviced in the US Army as an active duty armor officer. He then completed a post-baccalaureate pre-medical program at New York University, and earned his medical degree from Stony Brook School of Medicine. 

Dr. Lee is a strong physician advocate of medical marijuana and is leading the charge to educate physicians on its safe and effective use in order help alleviate the suffering of patients with chronic and terminal illness. As a believer in the benefits of Integrative Medicine, he is also a New York State Certified Medical Acupuncturist. For more information, visit Dr. Lee's Website.

Dr. Bernie Lee talked about Medical Marijuana on Cannabis Internet Radio Show called "In the Know 420" on January 27, 2017. Click here to listen and find out more about Medical Marijuana. 

Click here to learn more about Scarsdale Integrative Medicine's Medical Marijuana Program. 

Please call our office at 914-722-9440 to set up an appointment or click here to register as a new patient! 

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