Practice Name: 
Peninsula Regional Neurosurgery
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Medical School: 
Medical College of Georgia
Internship: 
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Residency: 
Massachusetts General Hospital
Fellowship: 
Lahey Clinic Medical Center
Gender: 
M
Bio: 
Bothwell G. Lee, MD, a native of Augusta, Georgia, attended Princeton University and the University of Oxford. At Princeton, he was named a National Finalist in the U.S. Rhodes Scholarship competition. He trained at the Medical College of Georgia, and at Johns Hopkins Hospital (training under Dr. Ben Carson), and at Massachusetts General Hospital, the primary teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, where he served as Chief Resident in Neurosurgery. He joined PRMC after spending most of his career in private practice. He serves on the board of the PRMC Foundation. He is a member of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, the Harvard Medical Alumni Association, the Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association, Alpha Omega Alpha, and the Washington Clinico-Pathological Society (founded in 1865 in response to President Lincoln's death). He is a member of the Georgetown Clinical Society (founded in 1906), and served as Treasurer of the Prince George’s County Medical Society. He is a member of the Maryland Neurosurgical Society and MedChi (the Maryland State Medical Society) and several other medical organizations. Dr. Lee is a Fellow of the American College (FACS). He is board certified in neurosurgery. Dr. Lee was a member of Mid-Atlantic Brain & Ear and Spine Institutes, LLC, for most of the duration of its existence. At the George Washington University School of Medicine, he served for several years as Clinical Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery. Dr. Lee is not only a neurosurgeon, but also a skilled instrument-rated pilot and an accomplished athlete who has run 43 marathons (including 5 Bostons), with two more planned for 2019.
Status: 
Active Staff