Lindsey Leibig, PA-C
Lindsey Leibig was born with the drive and passion to practice medicine. She recognizes the magnitude of people entrusting their health in her hands, and is grateful to be a part of her patients’ lives.
Lindsey attended Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee and graduated in 2006 with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies and a minor in Bible. During her undergrad, she also completed prerequisites for medical school. She then completed her Master’s of Health Science in Physician Assistant Studies at Drexel University in 2011.
During her time at Drexel University, she had joined the Air Force through the health professionals scholarship program and was commissioned into the reserves while she was completing her degree.
Upon completion, she was thenactivated and stationed at Andrews Air Force Base just outside of Washington DC where Lindsey worked in the family Health clinic for 3 yrs. She separated from the military in 2015 and has cared for patients primarily in the urgent care setting since.
One of Lindsey’s biggest goals in patient care is to empower each patient to have a sense of autonomy and own their responsibility of their health and wellness.
“When patients realize that, ultimately, they are in charge of their health, and I’m simply here to educate and to help along the way, we accomplish more.” -Lindsey Leibig, PA-C
Lindsey has a passion for providing care in the urgent care and acute care settings. She enjoys offering relief and care for those that come in with unfortunate, unexpected injuries or lacerations.
In primary care, Lindsey has a special interest in caring for adolescents and young adults working to learn how to stay healthy.
For Lindsey, it’s all about family.
“My family is my life. My husband Tony and I have two beautiful daughters, Brynn and Jayna. We love being outside together exploring — that’s where you will usually find us. We are also very involved in our church community.” -Lindsey Leibig, PA-C