While a Yankee by birth, Dr. Kingsley moved south in 1991. He received his medical degree from UAB and is currently board certified in 4 specialties- Internal medicine, Hematology, Medical Oncology, and Hospice & Palliative Medicine. He spent 6 years in private practice, and then returned to the University of Missouri, where he rebuilt the oncology clinical trials department and even spent time as the interim division director. He moved to Chattanooga in August 2017 to become a part of UT Erlanger Oncology Hematology.
Dr. Kingsley is an Associate Professor of Medicine and has been actively involved in medical education. He has authored multiple book chapters and peer review articles. In addition, he helped found the Alabama Cancer Congress, served as one of its presidents, and has sat on numerous state and national committees. While Dr. Kingsley likes teaching and serving the medical community, he most enjoys providing compassionate patient care covering all hematology and oncology diagnoses.
He has numerous non-medical interests- most importantly his wife and six children. They home school using a classical education approach. He is very active in his local church, loves to travel, dabbles in photography, is a NASA junkie, and is passionate about Biblical archaeology and serves as executive producer for Appian Media.