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Sherman Lee, MD

Patient Ratings

4.8 / 5 (Based on 183 Ratings)


Primary Care and Family Medicine

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Dr. Sherman Lee provides care for the entire family.

Conditions Treated

gout, osteoarthritis, abdominal pain, allergies, anxiety, atherosclerosis, colds, conjunctivitis, constipation, cough, depression, diarrhea, ear infections, earaches, eczema, family planning, fatigue/malaise, fever, fibromyalgia, flu, GERD, hair loss, headaches, health maintenance, heart burn, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, incontinence, men's care, migraines, minor injury, myositis, nasal congestion, nausea, pediatric care, pink eye, pneumonia, pre-diabetes, rashes, shingles, sinus infections, skin irritation, smoking cessation, sore throat, sprains, stomach aches, stomach flu, strains, tobacco use, tonsillitis, upper respiratory infection, vertigo, vomiting, women's care, wounds, yeast infection, urinary tract infection, attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), family medicine, and primary care

Procedures Performed

annual wellness visit, blood test, breast exam, camp physical, diabetes screening, flu shot, flu test, hearing test, high cholesterol screening, hypertension screening, mono test, pap smear, pregnancy test, school physical, sports physical, strep test, tuberculosis test, urine test, vaccinations, well baby exam, well child exam, x-rays, annual physical, annual gynecology exam, and adult preventive care

Contact Information

  • Office: 425-788-4889
  • Fax: 425-844-6116







Interpretation Services Available

Board Certification

Board Certified in Family Medicine

Clinical Expertise

Dr. Lee's clinical interests include preventive medicine, cardiac risk management, sports injuries, physicals, pediatric care and asthma, allergy and immunology.

Medical School

University of British Columbia Faculty of Medicine | Vancouver, BC


University of North Dakota School of Medicine | Grand Forks, ND


St. Paul Hospital | Vancouver, Canada


July 29, 2021
First time I had good B/P - With a doctor.
July 26, 2021
Very good and thorough.
April 26, 2021
The exam was somewhat cursory. For instance, weight loss was recommended based on BMI alone, without observation of how weight is distributed/carried.
April 21, 2021
very good experience
April 14, 2021
great doc
April 08, 2021
very impressed with feeling like I am a person not a number
March 24, 2021
I'm a new patient for Dr. Lee - He was most kind, very thorough - and extremely well prepared and very effective.
March 03, 2021
I always get top notch care from Dr. Lee
January 12, 2021
Dr. Lee always listens and takes my concerns seriously
January 07, 2021
i came for either assitance w/ meds to get through at home detoxing from a suboxone program, or a referral to a capable medical dr. suited for this specific addiction medicine detoxing.
December 08, 2020
I went in for a routine prescription refill but ended up speaking to Dr Lee about some vaginal health concerns I was having. he was very professional and polite. I am a pretty shy person and he did not make me feel uncomfortable when speaking about such issues and affirmed my concerns. he ended up giving me a referral to an OBGYN.
November 30, 2020
Dr. Lee was very through. PA was great as well. There were two of these. Very good shot givers!
November 23, 2020
Dr. Lee was very calming & reassuring, insightful & helpful. This was first visit to doctor after having a stroke 2 1/2 months before. My previous health insurance dropped the ball and I'm very happy with the care from Humana & Evergreen Health.
November 16, 2020
Both Dr Lee and his assistant have excellent communication skills and impart a feeling of care for their patient.
November 02, 2020
I believe my Dr. main concern is himself. I receive pain meds (needed and few) and have been made to feel like a "drug seeker." It's belittling and uncalled for.