Training and Education
Our residents have an outstanding volume and access to a variety of imaging cases throughout their residency. The residents perform a wide variety of procedures while on their modalities, giving the residents continuous exposure to imaging guided procedures throughout their residency. We have a diverse group of attending physicians, most of which are subspecialty trained and easily accessible to the residents during their training. Our program has an established lineage of high profile fellowships in desirable training institutions throughout the country.
744 West 9th Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74127-9020
The country's largest single site osteopathic hospital, OSU Medical Center, is located just blocks from the OSU Center for Health Sciences. What began as Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital by a group of pioneering osteopathic physicians in 1944 has grown to become one of the nation's largest osteopathic health care centers. OSU Medical Center is a flagship hospital in eastern Oklahoma. Licensed for 426 beds, with premier emergency and outpatient programs, it is poised for great outreach and growth in the 21st century. OSU Medical Center is committed to quality patient care. Because the medical center sees a wide variety of high acuity cases, the postgraduate training programs are seen as a critical priority by the medical center staff and administration.
Annually, OSU Medical Center:
- Admits over 13,000 patients
- Experiences over 30,000 emergency room visits
- Experiences over 25,000 outpatient visits
- Performs nearly 4,000 surgi-center
- Performs nearly 3,500 inpatient procedures
Staff physicians have trained at some of the nation's most prestigious medical institutions and have a high regard for their personal role in postgraduate education. Internships and residency positions in many different disciplines are available. OSU Medical Center is significantly involved in clinical training for medical students, nurses, therapists and technicians from several area schools and colleges.
2401 Gillham Rd
Kansas City, MO 64108
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HUDA Physics (Boston and Chicago)
Our residents will rotate through the following subspecialties:
- Nuclear medicine
- Breast imaging
- Interventional radiology
- Pediatric radiology
- Cardiac radiology
Approximately 6-weeks of nights annually during the RIII and RIV years.
Most procedures are performed by residents according to modality, rather than by interventional radiology. This allows the residents constant exposure to procedures throughout their training. Also, there are no radiology fellowship positions, allowing the residents to have access to all procedures performed in the department. Residents become proficient at all basic image guided procedures (biopsies (both US and CT guided), drainages (thoracentesis/paracentesis/drain catheter placement), lumbar puncture, thyroid FNA, fluoroscopy (GI/GU studies and arthrograms), etc. The Interventional Radiology block primarily focuses on vascular intervention with a large volume of AFR and venogram cases, along with residents performing IR lite procedures (PICC and HD catheter placement (tunneled and temporary)).
Didactics & Conferences
Daily noon conferences that consist of attending driven lectures and teleconference lectures. Monday noon conference the resident on nights from the prior week will review interesting cases from their week of nights with the residency. Tuesday and Wednesday lectures are given by onsite faculty and are usually a mixture of lecture and case conferences. Thursday's conference is given by one of our radiologists in their area of specialty, often through a zoom lecture. Friday noon conference is a book club given by our onsite radiologist to review the weekly scheduled reading. Inter-departmental conferences are done quarterly with Orthopedics, Internal Medicine, and General surgery. Weekly 7:30am Pediatrics lectures are on Tuesdays and 11am Physics lectures are on Wednesdays.
Medical Student Clerkship
This clerkship is conducted under the supervision of the Chairperson of the Department of Diagnostic Radiology and the Associate Dean for Clinical Education. The Chairperson, or his/her designee, will assign the immediate supervisor(s) for each student or group of students. Student activities will be coordinated to combine didactic and practical instruction to optimize educational opportunities.
Rotating medical students will expand their radiology knowledge by working alongside residents and attending physicians daily, as well as completing assigned reading and participation in daily noon conferences. Students will also prepare a lecture to be given to the residents upon completion of the rotation.
Should there be questions regarding the conduct, objectives or content of the clerkship, please contact the Diagnostic Radiology Program Coordinator.
For more information, please visit the Office of Clinical Education.