DeLIVER Care Team

We are excited to work together to create this innovative model of care and strive to continuously improve and adapt to our clients needs.

Clinicians

Jennifer Price Director of Viral Hepatitis Center
Jennifer Price, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Medicine, Director of UCSF Viral Hepatitis Center

As our director, Jennifer Price created the vision for DeLIVER Care. She is our lead clinician, treating patients through video visits on the van and guiding clinical operations. As an Associate Professor of Medicine in UCSF’s Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology and the Director of the UCSF Viral Hepatitis Center, she is dedicated to improving access to high-quality health care for people with HCV. In addition to launching DeLIVER Care, Jennifer leads the UCSF HCV Project ECHO, which equips primary care providers in underserved and rural areas of California with resources to help them treat patients with complex conditions, including Hepatitis C.

 

Likes: Spending time with her three children; reading, baking; and hiking.
Fun Fact: This endeavor was originally nicknames "Dr. Price's Magic School Bus" because of how farfetched it sounded.

Jeff McKinney
Jeff McKinney, FNP-C

Nurse Practitioner in the UCSF Viral Hepatitis Center and Liver Cancer Clinic

Jeff McKinney is a nurse practitioner in the UCSF Viral Hepatitis and Liver Cancer Clinic as well as an Assistant Clinical Professor in UCSF’s School of Family Health Care Nursing. As a DeLIVER Care clinician, he treats patients on the van through video visits. He is passionate about making HCV treatment accessible throughout California and has helped shape many programs dedicated to bringing quality treatments to the people who need them. Jeff has served as sub-investigator on numerous HCV clinical trials and has been part of the UCSF HCV Project ECHO faculty since it began. He is also a member of AASLD.

 

Likes: Tennis, swimming, and traveling internationally.
Fun Fact: Serves as a mentor to many NP students.

Lisa Catalli
Lisa Catalli, NP

Nurse Practitioner in the UCSF Viral Hepatitis Center and Liver Transplant Clinic

Lisa Catalli is a nurse practitioner at the UCSF Viral Hepatitis Center and Liver Transplant Clinic. She has been working in the hepatology field since 2010 and treats patients through video visits on the DeLIVER Care van. Her work focuses on offering patient-centered, high-quality health care to vulnerable populations and teaching others to do so as well. She does this locally by mentoring UCSF School of Nursing students as well as community providers through local conferences. Nationally, she leads webinars and conferences to highlight obstacles impacting HCV care and strategies for overcoming them.

 

Likes: Spending time with her children and dogs; music; singing; dance; and yoga.
Fun Fact: UCSF Alum!

Diana Ung
Diana Ung, PharmD, APh, AAHIVP

Pharmacist

Diana Ung provides medication education to patients at HCV treatment initiation visits as well as clinical support to DeLIVER Care providers. She’s been involved in Hepatitis C and HIV care since 2014. She completed her PharmD education at Ohio State University as well as a PGY1 Community Pharmacy Residency through Touro University.

 

Likes: Netflix binges and finding new restaurants to try.

Martha Delos Reyes
Martha Delos Reyes

Pharmacy Technician with the UCSF Ambulatory Pharmacy

Martha Delos Reyes has been working with DeLIVER Care since September 2019. As a pharmacy technician, she obtains prior authorizations and financial assistance for patients and also assists in coordinating medication deliveries. After earning her Pharmacy Technician license from Bryman College, Martha started her pharmacy career at a retail pharmacy before transitioning to long-term care. After seven years in the dispensing field, she turned her focus to reviewing medication prior authorization requests while working for a managed care plan in the pharmacy department. She’s now building her specialty pharmacy skills with the UCSF Ambulatory Pharmacy.

 

Likes: Getaways with her kids.

Staff

Kyoko Hirose

DeLIVER Care Staff

Kyoko Hirose is a clinical research coordinator in the Division of Hepatology working on studies related to hepatitis C and liver disease in people living with HIV. For DeLIVER Care, she works as core field staff during weekly outreach and provides additional support for data entry, social media, and connecting with our community partners. Being born and raised in San Francisco, she cares deeply for her hometown and its marginalized communities. Having majored in Ethnicity & Race Studies and Biology as an undergraduate, she is passionate about health equity and is thrilled to be a part of such a driven, goal-oriented team pushing the boundaries of accessible care.

 

Likes: Northern California nature; spending time with family; playing video games; BTS

Fun Fact: Can speak a bit of Italian, and mostly likes the language because of the music and food!

Rachel Kanner
Rachel Kanner, MPH

Project Manager

Rachel Kanner is the project manager for DeLIVER Care, applying her background in clinical research, grant management and public health to help support the treatment team and their patients. She joined the project in 2018 and worked to build a team and launch DeLIVER Care one year later. As a project manager, Rachel keeps busy building and maintaining relationships with partners so they can collaborate more effectively, onboarding and training volunteers, and supporting the treatment team in the field. She especially loves working with this driven and dedicated team and dreams of one day seeing a fleet of mobile health care services with telemedicine at its core.

 

Likes: Baking, camping, and spending time with friends and family
Fun fact: Learned all about sourdough starters in 2020

Yesenia Laguardia
Yesenia Laguardia, BS

Field Manager, Phlebotomist, & FibroScan Technician

Yesenia Laguardia brings her skills in phlebotomy, FibroScans, and test counseling to DeLIVER Care’s treatment team as a field manager. She joined the team in 2018 and is responsible for streamlining van operations to ensure outreach runs smoothly. Prior to this role, Yesenia volunteered with the GLIDE Foundation where she learned about the stigma many patients face and different harm reduction methods. She uses that experience to train volunteers and ensure positive patient interactions on and off the DeLIVER Care Van. She feels that her experience with DeLIVER Care is already shaping the kind of doctor she will become.

 

Likes: Cooking, Telenovelas.
Fun Fact: Future doctor!

Tab Srisengfa
Tab Srisengfa, BS

DeLIVER Care Staff

Tab Srisengfa is a clinical research coordinator in UCSF’s Hepatology Division where she works on studies with a variety of focuses including liver transplants, women’s reproductive health, and liver disease in HIV-positive patients. She aids DeLIVER Care as part of its core staff. Her role varies, from reaching out to anyone passing by the van to inform them of our services, making sure patients feel comfortable before she completes the fingerstick for testing, and even completing FibroScans to help patients better understand their liver health. She credits DeLIVER Care with her ability to connect with so many people on and off the van and with giving her a new perspective on what it means to effectively offer health care services.

 

Likes: Weight-lifting, singing, backpacking and cooking.
Fun Fact: She has quite the green thumb.

Jazmin Anaya
Jazmin Anaya, BS

DeLIVER Care Staff

Jazmin Anaya first started working with DeLIVER Care as a volunteer, performing FibroScans and meeting with patients. When she first heard that Dr. Price was putting together a treatment van that would offer health care to patients without insurance, she “started to get goosebumps” and knew she wanted to get involved. Now as an employee, she serves as a FibroScan technician and HCV test counselor. She hopes her work with DeLIVER Care is just the beginning of her experience with mobile health clinics as she continues to find ways to reach more people and help them access the treatment they need.

 

Likes: Live music, sunrises, and time with family.
Fun Fact: 10+ years of experience working with Hep C treatments.

Rosaura Camberos
Rosaura Camberos

DeLIVER Care Staff

Rosaura Camberos first got involved with DeLIVER Care as a volunteer. Although her background is not in harm reduction, Rosaura brings personal experience as she grew up in a San Francisco community where drugs and violence were “just a part of living.” As an employee, she is now a shift lead for two sites and a fan favorite for many of our patients. She hopes that in the future, DeLIVER Care will be able to operate more mobile clinics in order to reach more San Francisco neighborhoods and eventually expand its services to patients in surrounding Bay Area cities.

 

Likes: Spending time with family.
Fun Fact: Studying nail art.