Neil is a family physician who has dedicated his career to providing medical care to the underserved both nationally and internationally. He has provided full spectrum care in low resource settings and understands the utility and need for POCUS. Neil's practice has included work in emergency medicine, obstetrics, ambulatory care, inpatient, rural, and disaster medicine. In 2011, as a core faculty member at Contra Costa Family Medicine Residency, he created a global health fellowship and one of the first POCUS curriculum training programs in Family Medicine. He is proud that graduates of Contra Costa have become recognized leaders in POCUS education. He has taught POCUS to thousands of providers and has been the principal organizer of POCUS workshops at AAFP, CAFP, STFM, Contra Costa, and other family medicine residency programs in the United States and abroad. Neil is the primary author and editor of the American Academy of Family Physicians Point of Care Ultrasound Curriculum Guidelines and has co-authored multiple articles on the use of POCUS in Primary Care and Global Health.