The essence of Primary Care is helping people to help themselves

“My philosophy towards patient care is centered around patient education. I feel that the more people understand their conditions and illnesses, the more motivated they are to get healthier. While I will always offer our patients the most current and advanced treatment options, I understand that the key to success is the patients’ attitude and outlook. I look forward to helping patients live healthier and happier lives by tailoring treatment options to their own goals and values.”

Board Certification

  • Internal Medicine


Internship and Residency

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Internal Medicine
Los Angeles, CA
2003 and 2005

Medical School

New York Medical College
Doctor of Medicine
Valhalla, NY

Undergraduate School

Duke University
Biology & Religion, with a minor in Chemistry
Durham, NC

Hospitals Affiliated With

Harford Memorial Hospital
Upper Chesapeake Medical Center

Professional Associations

American College of Physicians
2005 – Present

American Medical Association
2001 – Present

Harford Memorial Hospital, Havre de Grace, MD
Member-at-large – Medical Executive Committee
2011 – 2014


“Potassium Channel Openers and Sodium-Hydrogen Channel Effectors” Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapeutics 2nd Edition. (2003)

Academic Appointments

Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Chief Resident
Internal Medicine
2005 – 2006

Personal Interests

Dr. Lee is married with two children. In his free time, he enjoys running and golfing. Both he and his wife consider themselves foodies and enjoy cooking and entertaining for friends and family at home. During vacations, Dr. Lee loves going to the beach and traveling to new and exciting destinations.


Dr. Benjamin Lee has been practicing Internal Medicine in Havre de Grace, MD since 2006. As a native of Harford County, he is very familiar with the people and culture of this area. Dr. Lee attended the John Carroll School in Bel Air, MD for his high school education, and then completed his undergraduate education at Duke University in Durham, NC where he double-majored in Biology and Religion, with a minor in Chemistry. After college, Dr. Lee completed two years of basic science research in the field Immunology at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD.

Dr. Lee attended medical school at New York Medical College in Valhalla, NY. After graduating, Dr. Lee completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA. He was then elected Chief-Resident and remained on staff at Cedars-Sinai for an additional year teaching and supervising residents. From there, Dr. Lee returned to Maryland to join his father (Dr. Jean T. Lee) in their practice of Internal Medicine in Havre de Grace.