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The goal of optimizing each individual’s health and wellness through preventive and educational measures applies to the practice of family medicine as well as to executive and corporate wellness.
Lee Ralph joined San Diego Sports Medicine after serving as a Family Physician at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Family and Preventive Medicine Department. A graduate of Amherst College and the University of Virginia School of Medicine, Dr. Ralph is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor at the USCD School of Medicine and is Board Certified in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine. He is the Team Physician for The Bishop’s School in La Jolla, CA. For each of the past four years, Dr. Ralph has been voted among San Diego’s “Top Doctors” in Family Medicine as well as a “Top Doctor” in Sports Medicine.

Dr. Ralph is committed to developing physician-training programs locally and statewide. He is a Past President of the San Diego Academy of Family Physicians (SDAFP) and serves on the California Academy of Family Physicians (CAFP) Board of Directors. He is the Committee Chair for Continuing Medical Education (CME) for the SDAFP and a member of the main CME programming committee for the CAFP.

With his extensive background and interest in education Dr. Ralph is well qualified to guide patients in the Executive Health & Corporate Wellness program toward reaching the goal of optimizing their individual health and wellness. This includes teaching them preventive measures to protect their health, and fulfilling the concept of “return to play” as quickly as possible after injury or illness.

Dr. Ralph has been a basketball player and fan, and a tennis player and golfer, all his life. Married for 14 years, with three children, Julia, age 13, Olivia, age 11 and Spencer, age 6, Dr. Ralph and his family enjoy spending time at Powerhouse Park and Torrey Pines State Beach, and “active vacationing” with extended family at Alisal Guest Ranch in Solvang, California. He also enjoys outdoor adventures and has recently climbed Mt. Witney and hiked “The Narrows” in Zion National Park with his wife, Stacy.
Lee Ralph