Heather Ravvin McKee, MD is a fellowship-trained epilepsy specialist at the University Of Cincinnati Medical Center. She focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of patients with seizures. She joined the University of Cincinnati Medical Center as an Assistant Professor of Neurology in 2014. She is originally from Lexington, Ky where she completed her medical degree, graduating with high distinction, and neurology residency, graduating as resident of the year, at the University of Kentucky. She completed her subspecialty fellowship in Epilepsy and Clinical Neurophysiology at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN.
Dr. McKee’s main focus is the treatment of epilepsy, both in the clinic and hospital setting. She has a wide range of interests within this field and provides care for those with new onset seizures, refractory epilepsy requiring surgical evaluation, and everything in between. She strives to obtain seizure freedom with each and every patient. She also has an invested interest in teaching and is involved with teaching at every level in the university.