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The Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.

2020s: Future

While 2020 had its unprecedented challenges, it also saw the first White Coat Ceremony held for the inaugural class of OSU-COM at the Cherokee Nation and the opening of the medical school site in Tahlequah. A year later a ceremonial groundbreaking was held for a new veterans hospital in downtown Tulsa, part of the growing OSU Academic Medical District in downtown Tulsa. And in 2022, OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine celebrates its 50th anniversary culminating in the opening of North Hall, a new building housing the Tulsa County Medical Examiner Office as well as new anatomy and neuroanatomy labs, classroom and meeting spaces, faculty, staff and administrative office spaces.
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