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The Physician Assistant Program at the Center for Health Sciences recruits, educates, and mentors a diverse group of students to increase competent and compassionate health care emphasizing increased access in rural and underserved Oklahoma. The Program is 28 months in duration consisting of 13 months of didactic training followed by 15 months of clinical rotations. At the end of the Program, students earn a Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies.

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No. 10 in Rural Care

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No. 7 in Health Professional Shortage Area

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No. 42 in Primary Care Production

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No. 13 in Diversity

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