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Outstanding Programs, Caring Faculty

The training at the School of Community Medicine is excellent as shown by our board pass rate and the attitudes of our residents and faculty.

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The training at the School of Community Medicine is excellent as shown by our outstanding board pass rate and most importantly the attitudes of our residents and faculty. The City of Tulsa is a must see! It is a hidden secret of beauty, culture, rolling hills, friendly environment and ample entertainment.

The University of Oklahoma was founded in 1890 and has provided Oklahomans excellence in undergraduate and graduate education for more than a century. The College of Medicine was organized in 1900, emerged as a four-year degree-granting school in the early 1900s and awarded its first degree in 1911. To expand medical education in Oklahoma, the School of Community Medicine, formerly known as the College of Medicine-Tulsa, was established in 1972.

The physicians in the School of Community Medicine have formed a group practice, OU Physicians. In addition to their commitment to education and research, the OU Physicians are experienced, cutting-edge clinical practitioners with a great deal to offer referring physicians and their patients.

 

From track expansion to research highlights, learn about what’s going on at the OU School of Community Medicine in the Dean’s Update.

 

Meet Dr. Gleason - Interim Dean

Dr. Gleason

Dr. Gleason is Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine in Tulsa. She received her Doctor of Medicine Degree from the University of Nebraska. She completed her residency in Psychiatry at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City, Iowa.

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Resident Profile

Sister Maria Lynn Pacold Profile

After Samuel Amen, M.D. graduated from the OU College of Medicine, he thought he wanted to become an anesthesiologist and headed to USC for residency. After a year, he took a break to care for his ill grandfather and realized anesthesiology wasn’t the path for him. He joined his wife, an emergency room physician, in Arizona, where their first child was born, and where Sam worked in a medical clinic. When the couple decided to return to Oklahoma, he contacted OU physician Dr. Michael Weisz about finishing his residency in Internal Medicine at the OU School of Community Medicine.

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