About William H. Lee, M.D.
Doctor William Lee grew up in Topeka, KS. He graduated from the University of Kansas (1964 – 1969) and obtained degrees in both Economics and Political Science.
He then graduated from the University of Kansas Medical School in 1973. He became Board Certified in OB/Gyn in 1979, completing his internship and residency at the unparalleled L.A. County – University of Southern California, and has been in private practice ever since.
Following medical school he began studying literature on hormones, osteoporosis and cancer risks. Dr. Lee’s interest in hormone replacement began during medical school when his mother suffered with complications from compression fractures from her severe osteoporosis.
Some years later, in looking for answers to his son’s Autism, Dr. Lee’s focus broadened to include Functional Medicine. His completion of the strenuous course, “Applying Functional Medicine to Clinical Practice,” was his first venture into holistic medicine in 2000.
Dr. Lee then became Board Certified in both Age Management Medicine (2004) by Cenegenics and Anti-Aging Medicine by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (2005). These further studies increased and broadened his knowledge of nutrition, supplementation and exercise. Dr. Lee has given, “Grand Rounds,” on bio-identical hormones at both Sky Ridge and Littleton Hospitals.
He provided an all day course on these topics for the Colorado Society of Clinical Specialists in Psychiatric Nursing. He has taught Bioidentical Hormones on the national level at The Institute For Integrative Medicine. He has taught and continues to lecture to the lay public on the importance of bioidentical hormones, nutrition, exercise, and stress management.
Dr. Lee was the Medical Director for WAVi, a company developing a groundbreaking device to measure memory and differentiate between dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. He is a published author having written an outstanding recourse, which is his book entitled, Over 50 Feeling 30! Dr. Lee brings his knowledge and experience to the care of his patients with passion for each individual’s health and wellbeing.
Donna Clarkin, N.P.
Donna Clarkin, N.P., is one of our outstanding Nurse Practitioners. She first received her RN at Loretta Heights College and then went on to get her Nurse Practitioner certification from the University of Colorado.
Donna worked at Swedish Medical Center from 1976 to 1981. In 1981 she came to work for Women’s Heath Consultants and has been working in Obstetrics and Gynecology ever since.
Donna enjoys working with adolescents and women of all ages to help address all their OB/GYN needs.
From hormone imbalance, to contraception, to vaginal infections, to bio-identical hormones, to preventative health Donna can help provide excellent health care for you.
In her free time, Donna enjoys reading, walking, snowshoeing, spectator sports and time with her family and friends.
Jean Rowe, N.P.
Jean Rowe, N.P., is a certified Women’s Health Practitioner who received her nurse practitioner education at the University of Colorado. Jean has long term, broad experience in gynecology and complementary healthcare. Her journey into a more holistic view of health began when she co-founded PMS Consultants of Colorado in Lakewood in 1982.
There she was driven to explore outside the box and search for answers to help women who suffered from multiple and often complex problems.
At that time she began working with bioidentical hormones. It was in this work that Jean was introduced to the field of Environmental Medicine, an approach that looks at the person’s internal and external environment for imbalances, triggers and other underlying issues that may be contributing to her “un-well” feeling.
These can include hormonal imbalances, Candida yeast overload, food sensitivities, gastrointestinal imbalances as well as nutritional, toxic and inflammatory issues.
She often sees patients with fatigue, mood changes, unclear thinking, intestinal issues, recurrent vaginal infections, breast concerns and more.
Jean is ever mindful of the potential for joy and personal contribution to life that is possible with good health and that without it is difficult to achieve. She has a passion for helping women find the treatments that will work with their own innate ability to heal and create a healthy and fulfilling life.