Brady Medical Consulting, LLC
Knowledgeable and Dependable Medical Expert Testimony Services
About Courtney Brady, M.D.
Originally from New York City, Dr Brady spent her undergraduate years in the Northeast, attended Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia and then made her way to the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston to complete her residency in Internal Medicine. She has been board-certified in Internal Medicine since 2003 and has practiced clinical medicine since that time.
Dr Brady spent several years in the outpatient general internal medicine setting before transitioning to become an inpatient academic hospitalist in 2007. She had also concomitantly worked as a hospice medical director from 2019 to 2021. Dr Brady has in-depth knowledge of primary care, chronic medical conditions, acute illness requiring intensive inpatient hospitalization, palliation and management of terminal medical diseases and general geriatric care.
As it pertains to her niche in medico legal endeavors, Dr Brady's focus will be on hospital medicine. She has particular interests in cases concerning Covid-19 and medical complications that arise whilst a patient is hospitalized, including but not limited to sepsis, deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, gastrointestinal bleeding, falls and atrial fibrillation. Her goal is to provide knowledgeable, dependable, unbiased, evidence-based, thoughtfully constructed expert testimony in medical malpractice and personal injury cases. She is available for case reviews, pre-suit expert opinion reports, depositions and courtroom testimony. Dr Brady is available to opine on causation and standard of care cases. She has experience with case reviews and will work on behalf of defendants or plaintiffs.
Hospitalist (part time), Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center 11/2021 - present
Academic Hospitalist (full time), Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center 7/2009-3/2021
Medical Director, Amedisys Hospice (part time) 2019-2021
Inpatient Internist, Kindred Hospital (part time) 2011-2012
Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, MUSC - Academic Hospitalist 2007-2009
Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine, MUSC - Primary Care 2004-2007
Clinical Instructor of Internal Medicine MUSC - Primary Care 2003-2004
Medical Expert Experience
Various Law Firms
Expert Reviewer for the South Carolina Board of Medical Examiners (11/21 - present)
Internal Medicine 2003-2013; Recertified 2013-2023
State of Licensure
Medical University of South Carolina, Residency 2000-2003
Temple University School of Medicine, M.D. 1996-2000
Columbia University 1993 -1994
Smith College, B.A. 1990-1993
Dream Center Clinic - Primary Care 4/2021 - present
Barrier Island Free Clinic - Primary Care 5/2021 - present
For Complete Curriculum Vitae please click here.
Fee schedule available upon request.
Honors and Achievements
Nominated for the ‘Golden Apple for Teaching Excellence Award’ – VA/MUSC 12/2018
Nominated for the ‘Golden Apple for Teaching Excellence Award’ – VA/MUSC 11/2017
Nominated for ‘Teacher of the Month Award’ – VA/MUSC 7/2013
Nominated for ‘Excellence in Teaching Award’ – VA/MUSC 12/2012
Nominated for ‘Teacher of the Month Award’ – VA/MUSC 10/2012
Nominated for ‘Excellence in Teaching Award’ – VA/MUSC 2010
Nominated for ‘Teacher of the Month Award’ – MUSC 12/2008
Awarded the ‘Excellence in Teaching Award’ – MUSC 2008
Nominated for the ‘Faculty Excellence Award’ – MUSC 2008
Nominated for the ‘Excellence in Teaching’ Award – MUSC 2007
Emanuel M. Weinberger Award – Achievement in Internal Medicine; Temple University School of Medicine , May 2000
Dean’s List - Smith College, 1992-93 academic year
DeWitt Wallace Reader’s Digest Fellow - The Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, Summer 1991
How Can I Help You?
Case reviews encompass detailed chart reviews with determination of causation or whether the standard of care was met.
Written reports provide objective documentation of chart review findings and may reference studies published in peer-reviewed journals.
Depositions may be held in person or by zoom. All expert opinions will be based on general acceptance by the medical/scientific community.
Court Room Testimony
Should the case not settle, court room testimony is available.