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The University of Oklahoma - Tulsa

Student Health Clinic

Abigail Winburn, APRN-CNP & Jenny Smart, MA

Student Health Providers

Location & Contact Information

Schusterman Center Clinic, 3rd floor, within Internal Medicine

  • 4444 E. 41st Street, Suite 3501, Tulsa, OK 74135
  • Phone:  918-619-4565
  • Fax:  918-619-4566

Hours of Operation

  • M-F 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Appointments offered M-F 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. & 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
  • Closed daily from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.

General Information

The University of Oklahoma desires its students to have convenient and efficient access to quality health care.  OU-Tulsa students pay a student health fee each semester providing them with healthcare services. Please note there is no copay or visit charge for an appointment at the Student Health Clinic.


  • Appointments REQUIRED for ALL visits
  • Same day appointments typically available
  • Student ID (& insurance card if you are an OUHSC-based student) required each visit.
  • Check in at the Internal Medicine desk located on the 3rd floor of the SCC.


Immunizations/TB Skin Test




Blood Exposures

Acute, Chronic, and Preventive Health Office Visits


Immunizations available through Student Health include:


  • Hepatitis B vaccine
  • MMR vaccine
  • Tdap vaccine
  • Influenza vaccine


To request a copy of your immunization record, call Student Health at 918-619-4565.


*TB skin tests are not administered on Thursdays.


Need other vaccines? Contact Tulsa Health Department at 918-595-4509 or visit their website.



  • Titers are not covered by the student health fee
  • To obtain titers, students prepay at the time of visit, based on the costs provided in this document.


  • Limited number of labs covered by health fee.  See attached for more information.   

*Labs not covered by health fee are billed to the student's personal health insurance or to the student directly.


  • X-rays are available through Student Health and are covered by the health fee.   

Exposure to Blood

  • Report incident to your proper supervisor immediately
  • Report to Student Health within two hours of exposure, if possible.
  • If exposure occurs after hours or at a clinical site that is 50 miles from campus, report to the nearest emergency room and to Student Health the next business day.
  • The Student Health fee does not cover laboratory costs for baseline or follow up testing or for prophylactic medicines as a result of an exposure.  Labs will be billed to the student's personal insurance or the student directly.