OSU Medicine: Answering the Call
Through innovation, Oklahoma State University created a COVID-19 testing lab in days
and processed more than a quarter million tests statewide. With applied research and
leading technology, researchers at the National Center for Wellness & Recovery are
discovering new ways to treat addictive behaviors. Our partnerships have fostered
the nation’s first tribally affiliated College of Medicine at the Cherokee Nation
and a $130 million Veteran’s Hospital in Tulsa. OSU Medicine is answering the call
and serving ALL of Oklahoma.
Clinical Skills & Simulation Center
Our state-of-the-art Clinical Skills and Simulation Center is the largest in the region
and offers a complete array of patient simulation tools for building clinical knowledge
and advancing multidisciplinary expertise in health care.
Center for Health Sciences
We are utilizing our health and medical expertise to improve the state’s health, deliver
outstanding patient care and provide support to public health organizations across
OSU Medicine Clinics
We leverage our unique academic assets within OSU-CHS and across the OSU System to
promote innovation and encourage multidisciplinary collaborative research.
Centers of Excellence
Learn about our historic College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation. In
partnership with the Cherokee Nation, we have opened the nation’s first tribally affiliated
college of medicine.
College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation
OSU Center for Health Sciences offers graduate degrees in Athletic Training, Biomedical
Sciences, Forensic Sciences and Health Care Administration. Our dedicated faculty
engage our students through small class sizes, hands-on research and real-world experiences.
While it varies by program, we offer on campus, online and hybrid courses.
Residency & Fellowship Programs
OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine has had a 100 percent residency placement rate
since 2016. Our graduates complete their residencies primarily in Oklahoma, but we
have residents in programs in more than two dozen other states. Our mission is to
educate primary care physicians with an emphasis to serve in rural or underserved
communities, but our advanced medical school training and curriculum prepares medical
students for all specialities of medicine.
No. 10 in Rural Care
No. 7 in Health Professional Shortage Area
No. 42 in Primary Care Production
No. 13 in Diversity
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