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Spring Fling CME

April 14 - 15, 2023 


The Spring Fling committee is working hard to schedule another impactful conference. 



OSU Center for Health Sciences

1111 W. 17th St., in Tulsa


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Live-streamed simultaneously


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Osteopathic Founders Foundation

The Osteopathic Founders Foundation (OFF) was established January 12, 1943 as the Osteopathic Hospital Founders Association. The association was created by 10 osteopathic physicians who came together to buy a hospital building at Ninth and Jackson in downtown Tulsa. After successfully completing the purchase in September 1943, a campaign to raise money for renovations and proper hospital equipment began. On December 17, 1944, the Founders Association proudly opened the new Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital. The facility was successfully operated by the Association until the sale of the then Tulsa Regional Medical Center in 1996. Subsequently, the name of the Founders Association was changed to the Osteopathic Founders Foundation to more accurately reflect our mission while continuing to honor the heritage of our Founders. Today, the Foundation is committed to supporting education, osteopathic advocacy, and our community. Through membership dues and donations, we are able to support post-graduate training programs at OSU Medical Center and OSU Center for Health Sciences through educational stipends, textbooks, and scholarships. In addition to post-graduate training support, we offer continuing medical education, many times at free or reduced costs, to physicians and other healthcare providers. Lastly, the Foundation is committed to improving the health of Tulsa and surrounding areas by providing community grants for projects consistent with the osteopathic philosophy and our mission.

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Valley Hope

With a 50-year legacy of helping patients and families, Valley Hope is nationally-known as a trusted provider of addiction treatment and recovery support. Each Valley Hope treatment center has The Joint Commission accreditation, the largest standards-setting heath care accreditation, with state-of-the-art standards that focus on patient safety and quality of care. In addition, Valley Hope is a member of the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) and is Legit Script certified, a certification that ensures addiction treatment providers meet established standards for legality, safety and transparency.


Valley Hope of Cushing (100 S Jones Ave, 918.225.1736) offers Residential // Medical Detox // Virtual Family Care and Valley Hope of Oklahoma City (2816 NW 58th St, Suite 103, 405. 946.7737) offers Intensive Outpatient //Outpatient Continuing Care // Virtual Family Care.


24/7 Assessments and admissions are accepted at 800.544.5101.

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