Shane McKinney Wiki – Shane McKinney Biography
Shane McKinney is a Baton Rouge doctor who has been accused of assaulting a Black female Southern University student-athlete and using a racial epithet during the attack.
According to McKinney’s LinkedIn page. He has a math and business background, and he has been working as a licensed emergency pediatrician since 2018.
Shane McKinney is 54-year-old as of 2020.
Education and Career
McKinney attended Louisiana State University and obtained a bachelor of science in electrical engineering and a minor in mathematics. Then he attended the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he obtained a master of business administration in technology management. He went on to study medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and received his doctorate there.
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According to a cached version of the Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital Emergency Medicine, McKinney “went on to complete his pediatric residency as a physician at Children’s of Alabama Hospital.”
According to McKinney’s Linkedin page, his residency at the Children’s Hospital of Alabama took place from 2012-2015. His fellowship in emergency medicine took place in Arkansas Children’s Hospital from 2015 to June 2018.
McKinney has been working at Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital in pediatric emergency medicine since 2018. According to his National Provider Identifier (NPI) information, McKinney’s last certification date was on August 21, 2018.
Arrested & Charged
According to Baton Rouge Police, they are accusing Shane McKinney of being the suspect in an assault where a female victim was punched in the chest and verbally assaulted while walking around the lakes near LSU.
McKinney was booked at East Baton Rouge Parish Prison on a single count of a simple battery; however, he posted a $10,000 bail, according to the parish prison site.
#BREAKING The Baton Rouge Police Department has arrested Shane McKinney for simple battery after allegedly attacking a Southern University female athlete. The incident is believed to be racially motivated. @BRProudNews pic.twitter.com/OBy458QN3W
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According to a statement from Our Lady of the Lake released on Facebook, McKinney was placed on “administrative leave.” Here is the full statement: