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.

We hope you'll join us...


For the practicing clinician, we also offer "In the Know". Every month our team will research and review the literature to bring you the most important medical updates that will impact how you practice medicine; focusing on primary care and internal medicine.

Medgeeks very own Joe Rad PA-C will highlight and share the most important and practice changing updates.

Joe graduated from the Pennsylvania State University in 2017 and has been working as physician assistant in Pulmonary/Critical Care and Sleep medicine ever since.

He also works in Hematology and Medical oncology in his spare time.

In the ICU, Joe’s responsible for performing many procedures, including but not limited to, intubation, central lines, arterial lines, temporary dialysis lines, para and thoracentesis, and chest tubes

We’ll also be bringing on expert guests to give their insights, perspectives, and advice on the topic at hand.

We believe the easiest way to stay up to date is via audio. So, this will all be presented in an easy to stream audio format so that you can listen, on the way to work, at the gym, or while running errands.

If you'd like to access In the Know, you can do so via an in app-purchase subscription for only $29.99/month. You can cancel anytime.

* Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase.

* Your subscription will automatically renew itself, unless auto-renewal is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.

* Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period.

* You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings in the iTunes Store.

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What’s New

Version 2.5.1

Design improvement for completing lessons

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
629 Ratings

629 Ratings

ColleenHenry ,


I love how well organized and easy to read all of the content is! Studying for the PANCE is stressful when there are SO many resources out there - this app/website does an awesome awesome job at simplifying topics - which ultimately, for me takes a lot of angst out of “what the best resource,” “does it cover all the topics,” etc. and to top it off there’s videos for pretty much every diseases/condition w/ noted underneath the video, an audio version, and a PDF of every topic and the corresponding diseases in one place!

jjlucky1 ,

NP student

I have used this app for the last year to help me study for class and boards. It is thorough and includes great videos and descriptions. Compared to some of the other study tools available it is a great price!

PatrickSMU ,

PA grad

This app is an incredible foundation. I use it everyday as a new grad, and highly recommend it to prep for the PANCE. Check out the podcast too people.

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