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Over the course of his nearly 30 years practicing as a physician, Dr. Albert Lee has established a reputation for patient-mindedness. A leading neurologist in western Indiana, Dr. Lee specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of epilepsy, headaches, vertigo, multiple sclerosis, and other disorders, injuries, and diseases of the neurological system. Dr. Albert Lee serves as the owner and President of Indiana Neurology Specialty Care in Lafayette, a role in which he oversees administrative operations and patient care. He also works on a referral basis for the neurology departments of Pulaski Memorial Hospital and Woodlawn Hospital. A recipient of the America’s Top Physicians Award every year since 2006, Dr. Lee participates in several regional and national medical organizations, including the Indiana State Medical Association and the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Before receiving his physician’s license to practice in Indiana and his board certification, Dr. Albert Lee earned his medical degree from Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland. Dr. Lee graduated in the top 10 of his class with a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery and went on to complete an internship at the Royal Victoria Hospital of Belfast, as well as residency programs in internal medicine, cardiology, and neurology with hospitals in the United Kingdom and United States. Balancing out his professional responsibilities with a dedication to community and philanthropy, Dr. Albert Lee is a member of the Faith Baptist Church in Lafayette and supports the charitable work of Good News Mission and New Life Ministries International. He also helps others through his clinic, accepting referrals from community health centers and providing free services to individuals without the means to pay. During his free time, Dr. Lee enjoys a number of activities, including playing tennis, gardening, listening to classical music, and traveling.

Work experience

Mar 1997Present


Indiana Neurology Specialty Care



Sep 1979Jun 1984


Queen's University