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Whether you are a student or a clinician...medicine can be overwhelming.

Medicine evolves so quickly and updates happen on a daily basis. 

Your goal is to not know it all right away. But rather, to be the best version of yourself.

The question you might have is, how?

The best long term strategy is to be consistent. Learn something new every single day.

This is why we started Medgeeks and learning medicine has never been easier.

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 know we can help.

We want to take the guess work out of the equation, so you can focus on being the best clinician possible. One of the ways we do this, is with our live virtual conferences.

Twice a month we go live with our clinical mentors to get you up to speed on specific medical concepts, review case studies, and answer any questions you might have!

For the month of February we'll be doing something unique...


Two Day Live EM & Family Medicine Virtual Conference


We'll be going through 4 cases that start off in primary care. Our family practice mentors will then work up the patients with you, ask you questions, and share important relevant pearls.

The patients will then decompensate and we'll need to send them to the emergency department. 

Once in the department, our emergency medicine mentors will take over and teach you how to manage these patients. Once again, you'll be by our side as we work up and manage our decompensating patients.

Finally, two of the cases will require admission into the intensive care unit. This is where our ICU mentor will take over and show you behind the scenes of what it's like to care for critically ill patients.

The four patients will be discussing include:

  1. Case 1:
    - Shortness of breath with leg swelling.

  2. Case 2: 
    - Hematochezia and fatigue on Eliquis for paroxysmal atrial fibrillation

  3. Case3: 
    - Hypertensive urgency

  4. Case 4: 
    - Complicated UTI


We'll be planning to go live:

  • Sunday February 21st 7 am PST for the family practice portion of the presentation
  • Tuesday February 23rd 5 pm PST for the EM and ICU portion of the presentation
Our Team of Mentors...

Clay Walker

Physician Assistant

Clay W. Walker, MSPA, PA-C is a graduate of the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Physician Assistant Program class of 2016.

- Immediate/Urgent care PA 2016 - present
- Medgeeks educator 2017 - present
- Adjunct lecturer at Rush University Physician Assistant Program 2018 - present
- Internal Medicine PA 2020 - present
- Family medicine PA 2016 - 2019
- Interventional Radiology PA 2019 - 2020

- Certified to complete US guided interventional radiology procedures
- PICC and Central Line placement certification
- Nexplanon Insertion Certification
- AAPA Case presenter x2
- JAAPA Peer Reviewer
- Creator of the Wabash Valley College Health Professionals Club
- Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Member
- Illinois State Challenge Bowl Champion
- AAPA National Challenge Bowl Contestant

Daniel Champigny

Physician Assistant

Daniel P. Champigny PA-C is a graduate of the Penn State Hershey College of Medicine, Physician Assistant program class of 2016.

- Family medicine PA 2016 - present
- Urgent care PA 2016 - present
- Medgeeks educator 2017 - present

- President of the Inaugural Penn State Hershey College of Medicine PA program class of 2016
- Pennsylvania State challenge bowl champion
- Certified impact consultant for the diagnosis, management and return to play for athletes with concussions.

Joe Rad

Physician Assistant

Joe graduated from the Pennsylvania State University in 2017.

- Pulmonary/Critical Care and Sleep medicine 2017-present
- Hematology and Medical oncology 2018-present.

Eric Gordon

Physician Assistant

Eric is a graduate of the University of North Texas Health Science Center, Physician Assistant Program class of 2016.

He currently practices emergency medicine for Care Associates of Team Health in Texas and for Dispatch health.

Dispatch health is truly unique in that he's making house calls for emergency complaints; in other words, he brings the ED to the patient.

At Care Associates, aside from practicing medicine, he's also in charge of helping train both PA and NP residents.

He was an academic tutor at the University of North Texas Health Science Center, responsible for tutoring Physician Assistant students in the subjects of anatomy, physiology, neurology and nephrology.

Lastly, Eric is the current host of the Medgeeks podcast. If you haven’t listened, then what are you waiting for!

Katelyn Reeve

Physician Assistant

Katelyn is a graduate of the Medical University of South Carolina, Physician Assistant program class of 2018 and graduated in the top 10% in her class.

She completed her Fellowship in Emergency Medicine and Telemedicine from Medical University of South Carolina and was the recipient of the Zipnosis Customer Service Award.

She currently works as an emergency medicine physician assistant with Roper Emergency Physicians and they oversee the Roper Saint Francis hospital system in the Charleston area.

Luke Husby


Dr. Husby is a graduate of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine and his finished residency as a chief resident at Palmetto Health Richland Memorial Hospital.  

He also completed a fellowship in global health from University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and earned a diploma of tropical medicine from the University of Glasgow.

He is an emergency medicine physician and an assistant professor and director of education and research of the Wilderness and Survival Medicine Section at the same Emergency Department.

Dr. Husby has worked in several tropical environments including Zambia teaching with the World Health Organization, as well as work in other East African countries primarily Uganda and Tanzania.

Judy Finney


Judy Finney M.D. graduated from the Michigan State University School of Medicine in the top 5% of her class.

She did her residency in internal medicine with Michigan State University Clinical Center and did a fellowship in cardiovascular disease at Ingham Regional Medical Center.

She also taught at Midwestern University School of Medicine.

From 2001 - 2008 she was a clinical professor taking on one student at a time during their 3rd year clinical cardiology rotation to really help them excel. During that time, she also taught EKGs, Heart Sounds, and Murmurs to everyone in their cardiology rotation.

From 2008-2011 Dr. Finney was assistant professor for the school of Medicine. During this time she re-wrote all objectives for the internal medicine rotation and created a database of questions they could use for testing during the internal medicine rotation.

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.