Our first year residents rotate through the Emergency Medicine Department, Internal Medicine/Intensive Care Unit, and the Saint Francis Hospital Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, which allows them to gain additional exposure and creates a well-rounded physician. All of our residents are certified in the Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery (FLS) by the end of their second year of residency. They also have an opportunity to obtain DaVinci Robot certification upon graduation. With the opportunity for each PGY-4 resident to be Chief, our program offers leadership mentoring, with the guidance of a strong faculty. While there is a strong emphasis on Research and Quality Improvement projects, a wide variety of topics are covered in our didactics program, which follows the latest CREOG Educational Objectives two-year curriculum, yet also provides exposure in M&M conferences, Wellness, Community Programs, Coding, and Physician Business sense.
Auditions for OB/GYN are held from July through December.
To apply for an audition rotation, please visit the Office of Clinical Education.
You will first need to verify that an affiliation agreement is in place between your school and the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences. Then:
- Complete the visiting student application
- Upload the required documentation
- Proof of Completed Compliance Training (eg, HIPAA, ACLS/BLS, TB test, Mask fitting)
- Letter of good standing
- Current CV and photo
- Immunization verification form
- Background check report
- Certificate of malpractice liability coverage
- Proof of health insurance coverage
- 10 panel drug screen report
- HIPAA/BBP training certificates
- Letter of intent for Family Medicine
- COMLEX Board Scores
Once these items have been uploaded, your file will be forwarded to the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology for review, and you will receive an email from the Residency Program Coordinator.
Questions and/or difficulties about the online application can be forwarded to the Clinical Education department: Melissa Goodell
Residency Program Application and Interview Information
Program applicants will be considered only with the completion of an application through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS) for the upcoming application year.
Applicants are required to meet one of the following qualifications to be eligible to interview:
- Graduate of a COCA accredited College of Osteopathic Medicine
- Graduate of a United States (US) LCME college of medicine plus completion of all OSU-CHS/OMECO prerequisite requirements for entry into an ACGME accredited Osteopathic Recognition residency program.
- Graduate of a US LCME college of medicine and a passing score on the COMLEX-USA Level 1, Level 2 CE, and Level 2 PE exams.
Applicants are accepted only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS). Completed applications are diligently reviewed and candidates will be notified if they will be offered an interview. Please do not call or email the program asking if your application has been received or accepted.
Applications must include:
- Official transcripts from an accredited College of Osteopathic Medicine
- All national board scores for exams taken
- Three letters of recommendation
- Personal Statement
We participate in the NRMP match.
Applicants are accepted only through the Electronic Residency Application Service (ERAS).
Osteopathic Medical Education Consortium of Oklahoma (OMECO) Program:
ACGME Code 2203900243
OMECO NRMP Match Code 2171220C0
20 Business Days Prior to the Match the Applicant Must Have Ready for Submission:
- 60 hours of OSU-COM’s years one and two to include; OMM I, II, III, and IV. A Teaching Guide for Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine or lectures may be used to direct the lab portion. Certificate of completion will be provided. OMM education from outside institutions will not be accepted.
- Verification that candidate completed the CORRE examination with a minimum passing score at or above the 10th percentile.
- Letter of recommendation from a D.O. with an active practice to be included with residency application. (letter must indicate that applicant understands osteopathic philosophy)
- Complete 60 hours of OPP Continuing Medical Education, approved by the OSU-CHS/OMECO, achieved through any of the following: CME courses, didactics, elective rotations, etc. focusing on clinical application.
- Successfully pass an OMM basic skills competency practical examination, administered by OSU-CHS faculty, prior to PGY-2.
- Satisfactorily progress through the Osteopathic Recognition Milestones during residency.