The Breast Institute at JFK Medical Center proudly supports generations of women in every stage of life.
Offering comprehensive breast health services, from preventive and diagnostic to breast cancer diagnosis and treatment, our highly-trained and dedicated staff work closely with each patient to plan and execute the best course of treatment.
Patients with breast disease have the opportunity to consult with our multi-disciplinary team, consisting of medical experts in surgery, medicine and radiation oncology, as well as radiologists and nurses.
Because we consistently strive to meet and exceed accreditation standards, The Breast Institute at JFK Medical Center has proudly earned the NAPBC accreditation.
June Lee, MD is a breast surgeon, specializing in Oncoplastic Breast Surgery. She completed her medical degree at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey- Rutgers Medical School in Newark, NJ, an Internship and Residency at Abington Hospital- Jefferson Health in Abington, PA, a Breast Fellowship at Grant Medical Center in Columbus, OH and an Oncoplastic Breast Surgery Fellowship at Cooper Clinic in McKinney, TX. Very involved in the research of breast cancer, Dr Lee has collaborated on numerous publications and research projects. She has also received many honors and awards, including Patient’s Choice Award, Compassionate Doctor Recognition, Long Island’s Top Doctors and Healing Hero Award to name a few. Recognizing the importance of the patient/provider relationship, she makes every effort to partner with her patients to find a treatment plan that will enable them to live normal and happy lives post-disease. When not caring for patients, Dr. Lee enjoys running (ran Rock-n-Roll San Diego 2007), playing tennis and gold, singing and playing piano in chamber music groups and her church, and spending time with her family, friends and her 2 Maltese puppies. Staff Languages: Creole
Breast Care Services
The Breast Institute at JFK Medical Center participates in the National Accreditation of Breast Centers (NAPBC) that is governed by the American College of Surgeons. This designation is obtained by undergoing a rigorous process of screening, site visits, and ongoing review. The centers are reviewed to ensure that they meet high standards for 17 KEY PROGRAM COMPONENTS of quality care for breast disease.