Christina Kinnevey, MD

Assistant Professor, College of Osteopathic Medicine


I am an allopathic trained, family medicine doctor. As a child, I always wanted to be a teacher, before getting called to medicine. So needless to say, I'm pretty excited that I get to do both now - teach and practice medicine. I had some amazing mentors and teachers on my journey and I hope I can return the favor now as an assistant professor at Touro. I love family medicine - getting to see newborn babies up to geriatric age patients. I'm definitely never bored! I work at the Solano county clinic half time and enjoy the opportunity to work with underserved patients. When I saw the increasing problems associated with the opioid epidemic, I pursued additional training to help patients suffering from substance use disorder and I'm now boarded in addiction medicine too. I work part time at MedMark Treatment Centers, a methadone clinic in our area and helped initiate expansion of buprenorphine medication assisted treatment there. I am co-chair of the Drug Safe Solano opioid coalition and thoroughly enjoy the advocacy work I get to do through in our community to combat the epidemic and rebuild lives. I am also medical director of Archway Recovery Centers, helping expand access to medication services within the residential treatment program. I am honored to serve on the Napa Solano Medical Society Board of Directors as a representative of Drug Safe Solano and Touro University. I enjoy medical missionary work abroad and have precepted students in Honduras, Haiti, Uganda and Guatemala.


  • Hobart and William Smith Colleges - Bachelor of Science, summa cum laude
  • UC Davis Medical School
  • Sutter Health Family Medicine Residency Program
  • Kaiser Permanente Napa Solano Community Medicine and Global Health Fellowship

Honors and Awards

  • 2016 AAFP Award for Excellence in Graduate Medical Education – awarded to 12 family medicine residents in the United States
  • 2016 AAFP Inaugural Leadership Institute – best project award in the Philanthropic and Mission Driven Track
  • 2014 Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Honor Medical Society – awarded to 16% of medical student class based on scholarship, leadership, character, community service and professionalism
  • 2014 UC Davis School of Medicine Outstanding Senior in Family Medicine Award
  • 2014 The Sacramento Chapter of the California Academy of Family Physicians Family Medicine Award
  • 2014 UC Davis School of Medicine Family and Community Medicine Award in Excellence
  • 2013 Gold Humanism Honor Society - peer nominated for demonstrated excellence in clinical care, leadership, compassion and dedication to service

Memberships and Affiliations

American Medical Association and California Medical Association
Napa Solano Medical Society
American Academy of Family Physicians
Christian Medical and Dental Association
American Society of Addiction Medicine and California Society of Addiction Medicine