Dr. Kingsley became a physician to make an impact on the world by caring for people when they are at their most vulnerable. He creates personal relationships with patients by listening and thinking deeply about their health concerns, and believes that a friendly bedside manner is crucial for any physician.
Dr. Kingsley founded The Kingsley Clinic, because he believes that high-quality, evidence-based care is the safest and delivered most reliably through telemedicine.
Throughout his career of caring for patients, he has worked in mission hospitals in rural Zimbabwe, participated in vaccination programs, and helped manage a student run clinic in Mexico. He has also lobbied on Capitol Hill for one of the country’s most successful global health initiatives: PEPFAR.
On weekends, Dr. Kingsley enjoys spending time with his wife, playing “hot lava” with his 3-year-old and 5-year-old children, and going on walks with his family.
- University of Washington at Seattle (BS in Microbiology)
- University of California at Irvine School of Medicine (MD)
- Gold Humanism Award
- Medical school class president
- President of the Gold Humanism’s Honor Society
- Kingsley J, Karanth S, Revere FL, Agrawal D (2016) Cost Effectiveness of Screening Colonoscopy Depends on Adequate Bowel Preparation Rates – A Modeling Study. PLOS ONE 11(12):e0167452.
- Zhang XP, Janke R, Kingsley J, et al (2013) A Conserved Sequence Extending Motif III of the Motor Domain in the Snf2-Family DNA Translocase Rad54 Is Critical for ATPase Activity. PLOS ONE 8(12):e82184.