James McKinsey


James McKinsey, MD

The Mount Sinai Hospital

Professor of Vascular Surgery and Vice Chairman Systems Chef of Complex Aortic Intervention Mount Sinai Health Care System

Dr. James McKinsey is a Board Certified General and Vascular Surgeon who is presently Endowed Professor, Vascular Surgery, Systems Chief of Complex Aortic Intervention, and Surgical Director of the Jacobson Aortic Center for the Mount Sinai Health Systems, Department of Surgery. He completed a vascular surgery fellowship at the University of Chicago and subsequently joined the faculty there. He became the Chief of Endovascular Intervention and later Vice Chairman of Surgery for Education. In 2004, he moved to New York Presbyterian Medical Center at Columbia University where he was Site Chief (2004-2007) then Chief of Vascular Surgery from 2007 until July 2014. He was also the Fellowship Director of the New York Presbyterian Hospital Vascular Fellowship from 2007-2014. Dr. McKinsey is active in medical education and Chaired the ACS Committee on Medical Education. He has authored 157 abstracts and academic papers and 14 book chapters. Dr. McKinsey is nationally and internationally known for his work in the minimally invasive treatment of patients with critical limb ischemia and complex thoracic and abdominal aortic aneurysms and dissections. He has been active in new product development for the treatment of complex thoracoabdominal, juxta renal and infrarenal abdominal aortic pathology including aneurysmal disease and dissections, and holds a patent for a novel treatment of suprarenal aortic aneurysmal disease using a variable weave aortic endograft.

New York, New York, United States