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Lee Morris, MD

Specialties

  • Pediatric Infectious Diseases
Lee Morris, MD
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Specialties

  • Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Clinical Interests

  • Pediatric HIV Infection

Languages

  • Spanish
  • English

Biography

“It’s an honor to go to work every day doing what I love to do and helping children feel better. I have a passion for global health and the importance of healthcare in our local community, and I share that passion with the medical students and residents I teach.”

Dr. Morris is board certified in pediatrics and specializes in pediatric infectious diseases, including tropical diseases, fever syndromes and infections of the blood, skin, bones, joints and tissues.

She is an assistant professor of pediatrics in the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases and Immunology at Atrium Health Levine Children's Hospital, medical director of the Pediatric Antimicrobial Stewardship Network and medical director of the Pediatric Resident Global Health Track.

Dr. Morris has been named a Charlotte Magazine Top Doctor multiple times.

She received her medical degree at the University of North Carolina and completed a residency and a fellowship at Mount Sinai Medical Center.

Dr. Morris received a James H. Heineman Endowment Grant for her antimicrobial stewardship work in Guatemala, and she is active in pediatric global health medical education research. 

In her free time, she enjoys hiking, traveling and spending time outdoors with her husband and son.

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Credentials

Board Certifications

  • American Academy of Pediatrics
  • American Board of Pediatrics - Pediatric Infectious Disease

Medical Education

  • University of North Carolina

Residencies

  • Mount Sinai Medical Center

Fellowships

  • Mount Sinai Medical Center
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