Dr. Lee Stetzer is board certified in family medicine. He earned his medical degree from Emory University School of Medicine. He also received a master’s in public health from Emory University School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Arts from Vassar College. Dr. Stetzer completed his family medicine residency at Albany Medical Center.
Dr. Stetzer has a special interest in the full spectrum of reproductive care, including management of cervical dysplasia, pregnancy and delivering babies, contraception, and gender-affirming hormone therapy. As a faculty member of the family medicine residency program, one of the things Dr. Stetzer loves most about his job is teaching residents and medical students. He currently sits on the NY State Maternal Mortality and Morbidity Advisory Council convened by the NYS Department of Health. He is also involved in the medical leadership of Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Stetzer enjoys spending time outdoors, hiking with his family and beagle, and skiing.