Dr. Lee Ann Gee, MD
Alaska has been my home since July 2011. I completed a Bachelors Degree in Chemistry at Indiana State University, my hometown. I worked for 6 years in pharmaceutical sales before entering medical school. I completed my medical degree through the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine in 2007. I completed 1 year of Family Medicine Residency at Deaconess Hospital in Evansville, Indiana then switched specialties to Psychiatry at The University of Louisville. I finished my Psychiatry Residency in June 2011. I am trained in cognitive behavioral therapy and psychodynamic therapy. I am a Board Certified General Psychiatrist.
I have worked many different areas of psychiatry since finishing my residency including voluntary inpatient, involuntary inpatient, forensics, medical floor consult service, emergency department consults, nursing home care and outpatient care.
My treatment philosophy is to consider symptoms, medical conditions and social situation in determining whether medications are necessary. I encourage everyone to focus on obtaining daily exercise, not using alcohol or other substances, eating a healthy nutritious diet and being productive with their day.
When I’m not working, you can usually find me with my son and standard poodle running, skiing or biking on the trail system.