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Training and Education

The OSU Emergency Medicine Residency is a 48-month program with a built-in master’s degree. Residents have a requirement to complete coursework towards a master's degree in public health, healthcare administration or global health. The entire degree can be completed over the four year program. This benefit is provided to emergency medicine residents at no charge.

 

Residents have the opportunity rotate with many different specialties and to care for a diverse patient population with an incredible spectrum of pathology. Our clinical experiences produce compassionate, well-prepared residency graduates. The educational experience includes many didactic experiences to include: morbidity and mortality conferences, grand rounds and specialty specific conferences. Site support includes free dining for house staff, and a robust medical library.


Clinical Sites

OSU Medical Center

 

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.

 

Rotation Schedule

 Year 1
Title Length 
Emergency Medicine 6 months
Internal Medicine 2 months
In Patient Pediatrics (St. Francis Children's Hospital) 1 month
Obstetrics/Gynecology 1 month
General Surgery 1 month
 Year 2
Emergency Medicine 8 months
Anesthesia/Pediatric Emergency Medicine 1 month
Radiology/Pediatric Emergency Medicine 1 month
Trauma (OU Medical Center) 1 month
Research 1 month
 Year 3
Emergency Medicine 8 months
EMS 1 month
Cardiology/Pediatric Emergency Medicine 1 month
Toxicology (University of Texas Southwestern / Parkland Hospital, Dallas TX) 1 month
Pediatric ICU/Pediatric Emergency Medicine 1 month
 Year 4
Emergency Medicine 8 months
Research 1 month
Medical Administration/Mass Gathering 1 month
Intensive Care Unit 1 month
Ultrasound/Pediatric Emergency Medicine 1 month

Didactics & Conferences

Structured didactics are a cornerstone of the Oklahoma State University Emergency Medicine program. Required readings, journal findings and research articles are a mainstay of the program.

 

Medical Student Clerkship

The Emergency Medicine Clerkship is a four-week block that takes place in the OSU Medical Center

 

This setting provides a unique opportunity for direct patient care providing on-site consultation services. In addition to learning from supervised patient care experiences, a variety of additional learning experiences will be incorporated.

 

For more information, please visit the Office of Clinical Education.

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