My name is Duy Le, and I’m an internal medicine hospitalist at Kaiser Permanente in Orange County.
I was born in Connecticut, but the harsh winters drove my parents to Southern California. I grew up in the Inland Empire, and did my undergraduate work at UC Irvine. After college, I went to Boston University School of Medicine, and did my residency training at Cedars Sinai Medical Center. Needing to get away from big city life, I eventually settled down in Orange County.
My practice is all hospital-based, so if you're here to see me, it unfortunately means you're in the hospital. Hospital care allows me to spend more time with my members, as well as their families. My goal is for you to provide high-quality, compassionate care by working with you, your family, and our hospital team to hopefully get you home and healthy as soon as possible.
I believe that healthy living and preventive care are the keys to staying healthy. When I'm not in the hospital, I'm usually with my family at the gym, in the pool, on the trails, or training for my next half marathon.