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Amy Lee, MD


Tsz Ying Lee, MD

UCLA Physician Tsz Ying Lee, MD specializes in General Internal Medicine.
This primary care physician is accepting new managed care (HMO) patients. Physician availability is subject to change. Please call the physician's office directly to confirm
Preferred Name
Amy Lee
General Internal Medicine
Language Spoken
English, Cantonese
State License Number
(805) 418-3500 Thousand Oaks
Fax Number
(805) 415-3505 Thousand Oaks
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Internal Medicine & Clinical Nutrition
100 Moody Court, Suite 200
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

Risk Factor Obesity Clinic (Westwood)
900 Veteran Ave
Warren hall 12-217
Los Angeles, CA 90095

UCLA Health Thousand Oaks Medical Specialties
100 Moody Court
Suite 200
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360-6082
(805)418-3505 (fax)

UCLA Health Thousand Oaks Medical Specialties
100 Moody Court
Suite 110
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360-6076
(805)418-3505 (fax)

Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine, 2011
Internal Medicine, USC Medical Center, 2006 - 2008
Internal Medicine, USC Medical Center, 2005 - 2006
MD, University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago, 2005
Herbal Supplements and Weight Management, Immunonutrition, Integrative Medicine, Specialized diets for Medical Conditions
Additional Information
Specialty: Internal Medicine, Clinical Nutrition

Dr. Lee believes that nutrition and lifestyle play a huge role in her patient's medical condition and treatment plan. As an internist, her philosophy in practice involves understanding her patients as individuals and being able to relate their acute illnesses by addressing the underlying problems, cultures and lifestyles. Her education and work experiences in nutrition medicine, allows her to implement aggressive medical nutrition therapies to every condition. Her scope of practice range from malnutrition in cancer, specialized diets for the autoimmune and/or medication side effects to medical weight management for the obese.

She spends a lot of time in educating her patients as well as the community by seminars and corporate wellness. Her goal is to standardize the practice of nutrition and weight management by utilizing evidence-based information to her clients and the community.

Besides seeing patients in Thousand Oaks, Dr. Lee spends her Wednesday afternoons in Westwood at the UCLA Risk Factor Obesity Clinic, a medical weight loss clinic which provides an alternative weight loss regimen for clients.

Dr. Lee lives in Downtown LA and a is a proud mother of an all-white haired English Bulldog named Oggie Bubba.

  1. David Heber, Zhaoping Li, Maria Garcia-Lloret, Angela M. Wong, Tsz Ying (Amy) Lee, Gail Thames, Michael Krak, Yanjun Zhanga and Andre Nela. Sulforaphane-rich broccoli sprout extract attenuates nasal allergic response to diesel exhaust particles. 2014. 5: 35-41
  2. Lee Amy, Li Zhaoping, Heber David. Effects of dihydrocapsiate on adaptive and diet induced thermogenesis with a high protein very low calorie diet: RCT. Nutrition & Metabolism 2010. 7:78 dol.
  3. Li Zhaoping, Karp Hannah, Zerlin A, Lee Amy. Absorption of silicon from artesian aquifer water and its impact on bone health in postmenopausal women: 12 week pilot study. Nutrition Journal 2010 9:44.
  4. Misra, S. Lee, Tsz Ying Amy. Ginsel K. Chronic Constipation in Overweight Children. Jounal of Parenteral Enteral Nutrition. 2006. 30: 81-84.
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