Dr. Jarone Lee is an attending physician in Critical Care and Emergency Medicine at MGH. Dr. Lee graduated from Mount Sinai School of Medicine and completed his residency training St. Luke’s Roosevelt of Columbia University where he served as Chief Resident his final year. He went on to complete a fellowship in Critical Care at MGH. Dr. Lee is an Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School. Currently, Dr. Lee is the Medical Director of the Blake 12 Intensive Care Unit and Director of Surgical Critical Care at MGH. He is also the Quality Director of Surgical Critical Care in the Department of Surgery at MGH. As a Medical Officer for the HHS/ASPR/OEM/NDMS Massachusetts –1 Disaster Medical Assistance Team, Dr. Lee regularly deploys for federal disaster relief and tactical medicine support missions. Additionally, he is a flight validated physician with the NDMS Critical Care Aeromedical Evacuation Team.
Please see Dr. Lee’s Harvard Catalyst Profile for selected publications.