Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Program Director Welcome
Se Won Lee, MD
Thank you for your interest in our Sunrise Health Graduate Medical Education
(GME) Consortium Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency program.
We are an ACGME accredited three-year program; part of HCA Healthcare’s
GME; located in the city of Las Vegas.
I am excited to bring you the first Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
(PM&R) training program in the state of Nevada. Followings are strengths
of our program.
The combination of two high-volume HCA acute care hospitals (MountainView
and Sunrise Medical Center with more than 1000 inpatient beds and 78 acute
inpatient rehabilitation beds) and comprehensive outpatient PM&R department
at Veteran Affairs Southern Nevada Healthcare system provide a wide variety
of PM&R cases essential for a well-rounded clinical experience.
The program provides unique learning opportunities involving hands-on learning
experience at state of the art Simulation Center for physiatric skill
development and comprehensive neuro-musculoskeletal medicine review based
on the manual published by the program director.
HCA GME, through its national scale, offers rich opportunities for clinical
research including access to online knowledge resources, nationwide clinical
databases, and a group of expert researchers. Locally, the clinical research
department at Sunrise GME consortium provides easily accessible expertise
in clinical research with hands-on assistance in various aspect of clinical
Most importantly, our program has dedicated and experienced faculty with
diverse practice backgrounds providing the best practice-based learning
We received accreditation for 15 advanced (three-year) Physical Medicine
and Rehabilitation residency positions in January of 2019.
Our current class of 5 PGY-2 residents that started in July 2019, will
be joined by the upcoming PGY-2 class of 5 residents in July 2020. We
are looking forward to recruiting for the July 2021 PGY-2 class.
As a program director, I bring more than 10 years of clinical, educational
and administrative experience. I’m a graduate of the Catholic University
of Korea, College of Medicine, and completed Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
residency at Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
In 2007, I stayed as a faculty of Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein
College of Medicine, became Director of Electrodiagnostic Laboratory and
helped begin the ACGME accredited Sports Medicine Fellowship program in
2014. I strive to be a dedicated teacher. I received the “Teacher
of the Year” award by PM&R residents three times during my stay
at Montefiore Medical Center.
I look forward to meeting you. Best wishes on a career in Physical Medicine