Avid tennis player, swimmer and traveler
Jeff McKinney is a nurse practitioner in the UCSF Liver Disease and Liver Transplant Clinic. He manages the care of general hepatology patients as well as those preparing for a liver transplant. He has a particular focus on patients with viral hepatitis C, including those with HIV.
McKinney's research focuses on the treatment of hepatitis C.
As a nurse practitioner, McKinney also has cared for patients with hepatitis B and liver cancer. Prior to becoming a nurse practitioner, he worked as a nurse in UCSF's liver, kidney and pancreas transplant programs.
McKinney earned an undergraduate degree in nursing from Johns Hopkins University and completed a master's degree as a family nurse practitioner, with a minor in HIV care, at the UCSF School of Nursing. He also has a master's degree in international relations and Pacific studies from the University of California, San Diego.
McKinney is a member of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases and California Association for Nurse Practitioners.
Johns Hopkins University, Undergraduate degree
University of California, San Diego, International Relations, Pacific Studies
UCSF School of Nursing, Master's in Nursing
Family Nurse Practitioner, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners