Stacy Le, MD



Dr. Stacy Le was raised in Foxboro, Massachusetts. From a young age she loved medicine and yearned to one day become a physician. Because of this interest, she became the youngest certified CPR instructor in the country at the age of 16. She graduated from Brandeis University in 1984 and received her MD degree from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine in 1988. She completed her residency program in Internal Medicine in 1991 at the Brown University Program in Medicine (a program that was nationally recognized for its excellence in training for Primary Care). Dr. Le is board certified in Internal Medicine. 

Before opening Progressive Medical Associates, Dr. Le practiced in Massachusetts for 13 years and served on numerous hospital committees and participated in medical residency training. She was appointed Clinical Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. She served as a town physician in Medway, Massachusetts as well as the physician for the Medway Public School System.  

Because Dr. Le feels that the current healthcare system is short-changing patients due to the lack of time the current system allows providers to spend with their patients, she provides interested patients a personalized healthcare program. In this program, patients have extended visits of 45 to 60 minutes, as well as same day appointments and 24/7 access to her cell phone and email. She limits her number of patients so that she can provide the personalized care she feels all patients deserve. 

Dr. Stacy Le is the mother of three sons—her oldest has graduated with a BS in computer science, and her younger sons are both attending college. She is a licensed private pilot, is PADI scuba-certified, and has a Ham Radio license. She has been actively involved in an international non-denominational bible study called Bible Study Fellowship for several years where she is a group leader. She also hosts a church community group in her home.