Jay Feldman was born on November 11, 1991 in Syracuse, NY. He moved to South Florida when he was 1 year old. Jay attended Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, which is most popularly known for the largest high school shooting in history.
During his high school years, Jay excelled at Volleyball. He was the captain of the Varsity team, competed at the state level for Florida, and also played professionally on the beach with world renowned players. He won the 18 and under national Beach Volleyball championship during his senior year of high school.
Jay attended Florida Gulf Coast University for undergraduate where he focused on his professional Beach Volleyball career as well as playing for his school’s indoor team. He also took a job as an emergency room scribe. Here, he fell in love with medicine and soon changed his major from psychology to Biological Science.
After 2 years at FGCU, he transferred to the University of Florida where he pursued medicine as his primary passion. During this time, he focused intensely on scoring high on his MCAT as well as acing his undergraduate courses. His first application to medical schools in 2014 was met with failure. After only applying to 5 top programs, he did not receive one interview. Jay studied for that entire summer and retook his MCAT, scoring in the 95th percentile.
Jay took the year off to start his first business. He moved to Tallahassee, FL to live with his long time friend and business mentor, Jesse Henry. Here, he started his first business, an Academic Help company focused on tutoring and writing. Over the course of one year, he scaled this company from nothing to a 6 figure business.
Jay was accepted into Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine for the summer of 2015 in New York City.
Jay picked up and moved to a small East Harlem apartment to begin medical school. During his first year of medical school, Jay struggled to find a balance between his studied, running a 6 figure business, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. During his first year, Jay excelled in his courses and was elected as the American Medical Association President.
During Jay’s 2nd year of medical school, he served his term as President of the AMA, where is travelled all over the country for conferences where he would review and vote on important medical legislation. During this time, he also went into business with his college friend and developed a nutritional supplement, Rave Doctor. Through his experience growing and marketing this business, Jay became skillfull at Instagram marketing techniques. While studying for his Step 1 Board Exam, Jay started his largest company, Instelite. During this time, he also began building his personal social media.
After scoring in the 95th percentile on his board exams, Jay focused on growing his marketing agency and expanding his social network in the healthcare field. While excelling in his 3rd year rotations, Jay scaled his Social Media Marketing Agency from nothing to a million dollar a year agency that has managed famous NFL Players, Performers, Actors & Actresses, and CEOs.
During his 4th year of medical school, Jay began focusing on giving back to the medical community through his podcast and channel content. He discusses medical school life, the healthcare field, and entrepreneurship. During this time, he interviewed at the top Family Medicine programs in the country such as University of Miami, Mount Sinai, and Georgetown.
Stuff I do for fun
My Goldendoodle Moses is my life! You’ve never met a happier or fluffier boy.
Fitness has always been a huge part of my life. I’m in the gym at least 4 days a week!
I live to travel! I try and take one major trip each year. I’ve been to South America, Asia, and Europe.
I got into modeling when I was in college and always have had so much fun doing it!
The Plan for World Domination.
Just kidding about the world domination. But I do have big plans for the future. After establishing my own successful medical practice, I want to help doctors make their dream of starting their own practice a reality.
So many doctors have a vision of how they want to practice medicine that will never come true because of limiting beliefs and pressure around them. My dream is to bring these doctors together and educate them on how to execute on their vision.