Meet RHAP’s Newest Board Members!


RHAP’s Board is growing! We are excited to be joined by new leaders who are expanding our board’s skills, perspective, and ideas! Get to know our new RHAPers:


Sky Lee, MD AAHIVS (she/her)

Sky Lee is a board-certified Family and Addiction Medicine physician and certified by American Academy of HIV Medicine to provide HIV care. She has previously worked as a rural hospitalist, provided primary care in urban federally qualified health centers, taught the next generation of family medicine physicians at UC Davis and created protocols and given technical assistance for hospitals throughout California to improve access and care for people with substance use disorders with the California Bridge Program. As with addiction medicine, reproductive health including contraception, prenatal care, and abortion are within the scope of primary care. Reproductive healthcare can and should be provided by patients’ primary care providers. Dr. Lee’s primary interests are to improve care and access for vulnerable populations, to empower both patients and providers to be advocates for their communities and to dismantle white supremacy within ourselves and in medicine. 


Anna Lowell, DO, MPH (she/her)

Dr. Anna Lowell, DO, MPH is a Board-Certified family physician deeply committed to reproductive health and currently works in primary care as well as Planned Parenthood clinics throughout Florida. She chose family medicine as her career path because she can morph into a listener, observer, teacher, advocate, and ultimately healer all in a day’s work!

She graduated from the Mount Sinai Downtown Residency in Urban Family Medicine in New York City and also completed a fellowship with the Physicians for Reproductive Leadership Training Academy. She has served as Co-Leader of RHAP’s Florida Cluster, Chair of Contraceptives Access Work Group with Floridians for Reproductive Freedom, member of FAFP Government Relations Committee, speaker for RHAP, MSFC, AMSA, AAFP, FMEC and STFM presentations, and mentor for AMSA’s Reproductive Health Project. Her special areas of interest include underserved medicine, integrative medicine, HIV primary care/HIV prevention, LGBQT+ care, adolescent health, global health, academic medicine, and integrating abortion care into primary care practice.

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