Dr. Alfred H. Moffett, Jr.
I have been married to Teresia for over 53 years and have three children, Kathryn, Douglas and Jeffrey. I was raised in Sarasota, Florida and have resided in Leesburg for the last 44 years. I have been in private practice in Leesburg since 1973. I trained at the University of Miami, finishing my residency in 1973 and became board certified in 1975. I appeared on 60 Minutes with Mike Wallace as one of the few obstetricians in the State of Florida who has never been sued. One of the joys of my life was when my son Douglas Moffett, MD joined my practice 18 years ago. Since then, our office has grown to a five-physician group and continues to “Care for all generations”.
In my spare time, I enjoy, golfing, hunting and spending time with my family, especially my six grandchildren.
Dr. Douglas H. Moffett
I chose to specialize in OB/GYN because of several things that I knew would keep my heart in the profession for a long time. One is that I get to have a balanced mix of office based practice and surgery on a daily basis. Another is that the patients are all women, and it may sound peculiar, but I liked working on healthcare with women more than I did men when I was in medical school. I find women to be more motivated about their health, and willing to put out the effort it takes to make a difference in their lives. Also, there is really nothing better than being a part of the birth of a child and instantly becoming family to the people you are working with during the experience. It’s probably a little selfish, but it feels great to have people so thankful for the service you provide when going through a pregnancy that culminates in the best day of a person’s life. What could be better?
I grew up in Leesburg, and returned here to practice with my dad (who happens to be one of my best friends as well) and we have enjoyed 18 years together so far. I am married to Crista, the love of my life for 23 years of marriage now, and we have 3 beautiful children who were raised in a small, polite, respectful community. If I have my way, this will always be home and I’ll continue to be surrounded by the people that I love the most – doing what I love.
Dr. Michelle E. Wood
University of Michigan in 1995 with Bachelor of Science Degrees in Chemistry and Cellular Molecular Biology. She obtained her M.D. in 1999 from Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, MI. She completed her residency at Oakwood Hospital in 2003.
She became Board Certified by the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2006. She is a member of the American Medical Association, Florida Medical Association, Lake County Medical Society and Florida Obstetric and Gynecologic Society. Dr. Wood was named "Best Doctor" by Lake Magazine in 2003. A member of the South Atlantic Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
Dr. Lauren N. Britt
When I originally went to medical school, I wanted to be a cardiovascular surgeon as heart surgery was the most amazing thing I had ever seen. Then, I spent 6 weeks in Africa doing women's health and saw my first c-section. It was the only thing more amazing than a beating heart and I decided I would spend the rest of my career caring for and empowering women in their health. I still love it as much now as I did that very first day.
I came to Lake OB-GYN right out of residency and have become part of the family of providers and patients. My husband Andrew and I met in medical school and just celebrated 5y of marriage. We have 2 beautiful children, Hank and Alice and we look forward to raising them in the community we have come to love. In my spare time I enjoy cooking, painting, kayaking, hiking, and running.
Dr. Kaitlin R. Lee
After completing my training at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center where I served as Administrative Chief Resident and received an award for excellence in research, I moved to Leesburg to join this excellent group of physicians. I became certified by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology in 2017. During my medical training, I felt drawn to women's health and OB/Gyn because I saw many women felt uncomfortable speaking openly with their physicians about their reproductive health. I strive to listen to patients with compassion and understanding so every woman can feel safe and confident discussing their individual concerns. Between surgery, office visits and procedures, and providing obstetrics care in both the office and hospital, every day is different in an OB/Gyn practice! I wouldn't choose to trade my job for any other profession.
I am originally from New England, but moved to the Midwest to attend the University of Norte Dame (Go Irish!) and the University of Illinois College of Medicine, where I met my husband. We have lived in Leesburg since I joined this practice, and we are very happy to be raising our family here. The physicians I work with have become family to us, and I look forward to many years working with these doctors in such a friendly community. When I am not working, I can be found cheering for Fighting Irish football and the New England Patriots. My husband and I enjoy spending vacations visiting family and traveling to explore new places.