Charles K. Lee, MD, FACS, is a Board Certified (American Board of Plastic Surgery) plastic and reconstructive surgeon with expertise in reconstructive microsurgery and aesthetic surgery. He graduated from Washington University in St.Louis with honors and as a Scholar in the Program in Medicine. He completed his plastic and reconstructive surgery residency at the University of Chicago and then went on to a fellowship in microsurgery and hand surgery at the Buncke Clinic, San Francisco. He has been on staff as an attending surgeon at the Buncke Clinic, clinical faculty at Stanford University, and currently serves on the clinical faculty at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) where he teaches both residents and fellows in reconstructive microsurgery. Dr. Lee is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Surgery at UCSF and is the Chief of Plastic Surgery & Reconstructive Microsurgery at St.Mary’s Medical Center, San Francisco.
Dr. Lee has been serving the San Francisco bay area as a reconstructive microsurgeon since 2003, performing high volume free tissue transfer and designer free flap operations for all areas of the body; additionally, he is skilled in super-microsurgery techniques. He has lectured and published internationally on plastic surgery topics. He is the recipient of multiple local and national awards and most recently, was featured in the media having performed the world’s first elbow-to-elbow autologous free tissue transplantation at UCSF. Dr. Lee enjoys taking care of the San Francisco Giants Baseball Team as the consultant team reconstructive surgeon and consults for WebMD and several major surgical technology companies. Dr. Lee has dedicated his career to providing compassionate care and surgical excellence.
Charles K. Lee, MD, FACS