Partner With Medgeeks

Help Your Students Succeed

Partner with Medgeeks and give your students the support they need to succeed. We have four ways we can help:

The Foundation: Clinical Anatomy, Physiology, Pathophysiology, & Pharmacology

Every great clinician's medical foundation starts by understanding anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology. Typically, as a clinician, a patient will come to you when they are sick. This means something isn't functioning as it should. But, to truly understand the abnormal, you must first master what's normal.

As soon as you understand how the body works in perfect harmony, you can shift your focus to the pathophysiology. We can't emphasize enough how vital mastery of these core concepts is when managing patients. The problem is many are reluctant to join an online program to learn anatomy, physiology, and/or pathophysiology because they feel it won't be relevant to them as clinicians; it's thought that the material is either too in-depth or superficial to be practical.

This is why we've set out to bridge this gap; everything we teach is with the clinician in mind. All concepts in The Foundation are interwoven to clarify complex topics you may not have mastered the first time. Frequently, these concepts are glossed over in school due to a lack of time. Believe us, we know! The initiative for The Foundation began three years back, and we are still working on completing this project to help you master the science in a way that's relevant to clinical practice.

To further master clinical concepts, we'll incorporate what we call focal problems. This is where we take a disease (i.e., anemia) and teach the relevant anatomy, normal physiology, pathophysiology, and pharmacology in tandem so you get a complete picture of the entire disease process. Our goal is to give you the foundation necessary to help your patients.

The Foundation is much more than just a course. We want to create the most comprehensive anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, and pharmacology review on the market. This will be your go-to resource from the start of your medical career and beyond.

Students can expect a new lecture twice a month; there are 260+ hours of course material readily available across all organ systems. The goal will be to have an ever expanding library of in depth medical training.

Like we said, this isn't a course, it's a go to resource to enhance your medical education for the rest of your career. Start your training before you begin your program, review important concepts during your didactic and clinical years, and keep things fresh long into practice.

Exam & Board Prep Resources

How to Study: we'll share how to shave off hours of studying per week. This way students can learn more in less time. We'll also discuss test anxiety and board prep planning.

High Yield Medicine & Board Review Course: 30+ hours of high yield review covering diseases (diagnosis, workup, management) in every organ system.

Pharmacology Mastery: 10+ hours of high yield pharmacology review (190 classes of medications). Although we review first line, second line, and third line therapies in the medicine and board review course, this additional training is meant to build upon that for additional clarity.

Question Bank: 1,000+ vignette styled questions. Our question bank is unique in that we'll share why answers are correct and why the rest are incorrect. Mix and match how you want to test yourself. Quiz mode and study mode are available.

Backlog of all case studies: we have 200+ hours of high yield case studies readily available.

Emergency medicine and hospital medicine rotation prep: 200+ hours of high yield review to help students navigate the intricacies of these two specialty rotations.

Primary Care Medicine Essentials

Residency styled curriculum: 107 hours of training covering the most common chief complaints, diseases, pharmacotherapy, procedures, labs, and EKGs in primary care.

Stay current with guidelines: Preventive medicine, well-child exams, and vaccine schedules.

Schedule: week-by-week schedule to help you navigate the curriculum in order of importance.

Checklists: Easy to reference checklists and cheat sheets to help guide clinical decision making.

Backlog of all trainings: we have 150+ hours of additional primary care lectures readily available. When you join, you'll get immediate access to all sessions.

Live workshops & Support

Below you'll see a list of workshops we host every week and month:

Live case studies: every week we'll go live to showcase a brand new interactive high yield case study. This vignette styled approach will ensure your students are prepped for rotations!

Live high yield review: Dr. Sonpal goes live every week as he reviews a new high yield topic in medicine.

Live primary care Q&A sessions: every week we go live inside our primary care medicine group on zoom to answer primary care medicine questions. This is also a great way to learn from colleagues across the country.

Live primary care medicine lectures: once a month we go live for a few hours to discuss updates in the guidelines, deep dives into medicine, and break down more complex case studies to keep your medical knowledge sharp.

Direct access to our clinical faculty: students can ask any questions about anatomy, physiology, pathophysiology, high yield medicine, pharmacotherapy, primary care medicine, and/or any of the material seven days a week. We'll be there to clarify complex concepts every step of the way.

We make all the recordings readily available inside the student dashboard.

Medgeeks Core Faculty


Niket Sonpal, M.D.

- Internist and gastroenterologist by trade

- Assistant professor at Touro College of Medicine in Harlem, New York

- Co-author of "Master the Boards USMLE Step 2" and "Master the Boards USMLE Step 3"

- Faculty at Medquest Board Review

- Over a decade of experience teaching and training internal medicine residents, PAs (students and clinicians), and NPs (students and clinicians)

- Official host of the Medgeeks Clinical Medicine Podcast


Clay Walker, PA-C

A graduate of the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Physician Assistant Program class of 2016. He currently works primary care and is the lead PA running the primary care residency program at Mayo Clinic.


Amanda Roy, PA-C

Amanda graduated from Pacific University’s PA program and recently earned her Doctor of Medical Science from Lincoln Memorial University. She is currently practicing primary care medicine in rural Oregon.


Litisha Arhur, PA-C

Liticia graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1999. She's worked most of her career in family medicine but has also worked in research, internal medicine, education, pharmaceuticals, and most recently the urgent care/covid clinic.


Judy Finney, M.D.

A graduate from the Michigan State University School of Medicine in the top 5% of her class. Dr. Finney did her residency in internal medicine with Michigan State University Clinical Center and a fellowship in cardiovascular disease at Ingham Regional Medical Center. 

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