Faculty & Staff

Christy Gain, MS, PA-C

Christy joined Alderson Broaddus Faculty in April 2013. She has a plethora of experience both as a clinician and as an educator. She is a 1999 graduate of former Salem-Teikyo University receiving her Bachelor of Science in Public and Community Health. She began teaching for RESA VII as an adult educator while participating in STU’s Educational Leadership Master’s Program. She entered the Physician Assistant Program here at Alderson Broaddus University and graduated in 2004 earning her Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies. Christy continued to gain teaching experience as a medical instructor and clinical coordinator at West Virginia Junior College in Bridgeport, WV. She spent her first several years as a Physician Assistant working in Emergency Medicine at United Hospital Center and participated in the Emergency Medicine Master’s Program offered by Alderson Broaddus in conjunction with West Virginia University. Her clinical life expanded into primary care after taking a PA position at Myers Clinic in Philippi, WV in 2008.

Currently Christy resides in Clarksburg, WV with her fiancé and six children. She continues her clinical work at Premier Medical Urgent Care in Clarksburg.