Amy Lee

Amy Lee, MD, MPH, MBA

Northeastern Ohio Medical University

Professor, Family and Community Medicine

Contact Information

NEOMED Family and Community Medicine

4209 State Route 44

PO Box 95

Rootstown OH 44272-0095

Phone: 330.325.6164

Fax: 330.325.5907


Northeast Ohio Medical University, MD

The Ohio State University, MPH

The University of Akron, MBA


Amy Lee, MD, MPH, MBA is the program director for the Consortium of Eastern Ohio Master of Public Health program, a partnership of The University of Akron, Cleveland State University, Northeast Ohio Medical University, Ohio University, and Youngstown State University. Previously a practicing obstetrician/gynecologist, she changed her specialty to Public Health and General Preventive Medicine, in which she is board certified. She is based at Northeastern Ohio Medical University as Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine where she is also involved in admissions and information technology. She is former president of the Ohio Public Health Association and is currently National Delta Omega president and the Council on Graduate Programs in Public Health chair. She is certified in public health (CPH) and medical quality (CMQ).

Research Interests

  • Academic distance learning technology

  • Curricular outcomes

  • Cultural competency

  • Mentoring

Practice Interests

  • Incorporating distance technology in academia

  • Forming collaborations

  • Curriculum development

Consortium of Eastern Ohio Master of Public Health Involvement

  • Faculty appointment

  • Director, Consortium of Eastern Ohio Master of Public Health program

  • Director, Public Health Concepts

  • Instructor, Public Health Practice and Issues

  • Capstone project preceptor

  • Practicum preceptor

  • Independent Study preceptor

  • Program Coordinating Council chair

  • Ex-officio Curriculum, Admissions, and Faculty Appointments and Development Committee member

  • Delta Omega advisor

Capstone or Practicum Areas of Expertise

  • Projects involving partnership collaborations

  • Curriculum development projects