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Kevin Geltz joined Eastern Michigan University in July 2014 as an Assistant Professor. He received his MS in Physician Assistant Practice from Finch University at the Chicago Medical School in 2003, and his BS from Western Michigan University in Physician Assistant Studies in 1991.
He is a physician assistant with 22 years of clinical experience in emergency medicine, practicing with an urban, underserved patient population in Detroit. He has been a clinical preceptor for PA students and involved in PA education throughout his career.
Mr. Geltz previously held an appointment as Clinical Coordinator/Assistant Professor at Wayne State University in the department of Physician Assistant Studies from 2002-2014.
HIV prevention and education
Impact of patient education on patient outcomes