Binh-Minh “Jade” Le, M.D.
Chief of Infectious Disease - Access Physicians, a Division of SOC Telemed
Binh-Minh Le is board-certified in infectious disease and is a former Peace Corps volunteer in Gabon where she helped with the Ebola outbreak and vaccination campaigns for people in remote villages.
Dr. Le received her Doctor of Medicine from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston and completed her internship and residency at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, where she was also Chief Resident. She completed her infectious diseases fellowship at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri.
Prior to joining Access Physicians, Dr. Le served as the Infectious Diseases Clinical Director at William P. Clements, Jr. University Hospital in Dallas, specializing in transplant infections. She was also a recipient of both the Internal Medicine Residency Teaching Award and twice the Infectious Diseases Fellows Teaching Award.
Dr. Le also worked at North Texas-based Texas Health Resources, where she expanded the Infectious Care Clinic’s outpatient services while receiving top-rated patient satisfaction scores. Dr. Le serves on Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s Task Force for Infectious Diseases Preparedness and Response.