Learning medicine has never been easier
Whether you are a student or a clinician – medicine can be overwhelming.
Updates happen on a daily basis.
Because of this, you need to be ok with one simple truth:
You will never know it all.
Why? Because medicine evolves so quickly. It takes a lifetime to master each specific, medical, niche.
Therefore, it is impossible to know everything. Yet, many feel like failures, because they feel “less than”. But, it’s important to remember, to never compare your knowledge to the knowledge of others.
Your goal is to be the best version of yourself.
But, the question is, how?
The best long term strategy is to be consistent. Learn something new every single day…
This is why we started Medgeeks…
Knowing you have to stay up to date is one thing – but actually doing it is something entirely different.
Whether you are just starting off or have been practicing for years – we want to help you learn better medicine.
We don't care if you're a physician assistant, nurse practitioner, or physician.
We want to take the guess work out of the equation, so you can focus on being the best clinician possible.
Andrew graduated from the UC Davis PA program in 2012. He worked in family practice and OBGYN as a solo provider for 5 years.
In 2013, he founded Medgeeks, as a way to help students and clinicians learn better medicine.
Currently, he is working full time to make Medgeeks the number one resource for all those who have a passion for medicine.
Gray graduated from Nova Southeastern University, in Fort Myers Florida, with a Masters of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies in 2015.
After graduation, he moved back to his home state of South Carolina, to be close to family and friends. Currently, he is practicing in the field of Emergency Medicine and is certified in Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and Pediatric Advanced Life Support.
He also posts daily questions over on his instagram page...
Clay is a board-certified physician assistant practicing in family medicine and urgent care in rural southern Illinois.
He is a graduate of the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine Physician Assistant Program – class of 2016.
Prior to going to PA school, Clay worked as a histology technician in southern Illinois. From an early age, he has been interested in medicine. Clay was diagnosed as a type 1 diabetic in the first grade and began learning about his condition and teaching others about T1DM; since then, he began to have a passion to learn medicine and make a difference in the lives of others.
Dan graduated as a physician assistant in 2016 from Pennsylvania State University.
Prior to attending PA school, Dan worked in pre-hospital medicine as an EMT. Currently, Dan works in primary care and urgent care in rural Pennsylvania.
He is a certified impact consultant and is passionate about the management and treatment of concussions.
Zach spent his years in college doing research in paleontology spending summers digging for dinosaurs in Utah, however quickly realized medicine was his true passion.
He spent a couple years working as a clinical research coordinator in Boston. Afterwards, he graduated from Quinnipiac University PA school in 2016 and started working in critical care in a medical ICU.
On the side, he works per diem in urgent care and is also clinical assistant professor for the Quinnipiac University PA program. He enjoys research/medical writing and is a peer reviewer for JAAPA.
Zach is the man behind our podcasts.
Anthony practices sports medicine as a physician assistant at an orthopaedic practice in Long Beach, California.
He graduated from Western University of Health Sciences class of 2008.
He's also Adjunct Faculty at California State University, Long Beach teaching graduate courses in Sports Medicine.
Anthony has a passion for mentoring pre-pa students.
Melody graduated in 2018 from Touro University California and is a dual degree clinician, PA-C (MSPAS) and MPH.
Currently, she is working full time as a physician assistant in family practice and urgent care.
You can learn more about her journey on her website: www.stethoscopesandyoga.com/
Prior to PA school, Katelyn played D1 soccer at Clemson University, was elected as captain for 2 years, and ended her time there in the Academic Hall of Fame as an All-American.
She then attended the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) in Charleston, SC and graduated in 2018 with a 3.99 GPA.
Katelyn will be sharing her journey as she starts and goes through her emergency medicine fellowship.
Aakash Shah and Rachel Patel
Aakash graduated with a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies at New York Institute of Technology. He currently works full time in Orthopedic Surgery and part time in Internal Medicine.
Rachel is a general surgery Physician Assistant employed in New York City. She is the recipient of the Graduate Award Scholarship at New York Institute of Technology and graduated PA school with honors.
They both started The Humerus PA where they help and coach aspiring PAs get into the PA program of their choice.
Joe graduate from Penn State University and currently works in Pulmonary/Critical Care.
Before PA school he was an EMT/ER tech, worked in addiction medicine, and worked public health in the Peace Corps Guatemala.
Dr. Niket Sonpal
Dr. Sonpal is Assistant professor of medicine at Touro Osteopathic School of Medicine, associate program director for the internal medicine residency program at Brookdale University hospital, director of Medical education at Picmonic, and chief strategy officer at Medquest Test Prep.
Dr. Judy Finney
Dr. Finney is board certified in Internal Medicine, Cardiology, and Interventional Cardiology.