A Massachusetts native, Lee Orsky began her medical career in Boston and is happily returning to the city after spending over two decades in Vermont. Lee believes good, affordable primary care is the foundation of a good health care system, and she says One Medical Group provides the tools necessary to build a truly effective practice. Questions are welcome during visits with Lee, and she aims to always review proposed treatment plans and next steps with patients before ending each session. Lee enjoys treating a variety of issues including addiction, sports injuries, and infectious disease. Outside of the office, she enjoys hiking, running, and walking her two dogs, as well as cooking, gardening, and camping. Lee also supports the Vermont Refugee Association and volunteers with Health Care for the Homeless as a parent volunteer/student mentor. Lee is certified through The National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) and served as an adjunct professor at the University of Vermont Medical School from 1991-2013. She attended the University of Massachusetts Amherst for her undergraduate studies and earned her PA degree at Northeastern University.