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The Community Focus campaign will highlight and showcase our faculty, staff and students through story telling. 

There are two social media campaigns that are on-going for the current semester: Reality Health Care (HC) with faculty and community health care professionals and Instgram Takeovers with current medical and physician assistant (PA) students.

Our goal is to create, enhance and expose current, TRU-OK (tribal, rural and underserved/underrepresented), K-12, undergraduates and all prospective students to our SCM programs, curriculum and projects. 

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Community Focus

Our first feature for the OU-TU SCM Community Focus is Natalie Santa-Pinter, MS4. Please check out her story below. 


Natalie Santa-Pinter, MS4 - Community Focus Story

Brent Beasley, MD - Community Focus Story

Angela Surratt, MHA - Community Focus Story

Auston Stiefer, MS3 - Community Focus Story

Martina Jelley, MD - Community Focus Story

Samuel Alvarado - Community Focus Story

Madison Snow, PA-S2 - Community Focus Story

Ryan Yarnall, MD - Community Focus Story

Rosane Mcdaniel, EdS, LPC, PADC, CEDS - Community Focus Story

Benjamin Arbuckle, MS1 - Community Focus Story

Andriew Liew, MD - Community Focus Story

Rosanne Mcdaniel - Community Focus spotlight, a lot of words detailing her experiences and journey

Reality Health Care or Reality HC 

The Student Services Special Projects Team for the HRSA Grant are conducting Instagram Live discussions/Q&A’S this semester with the faculty and staff of OU-TU SCM.

February Features

March Features

April Features

  • Rob Jackson, PhD - IGTV Video Link
  • Syeachia Dennis, MD, MPH - April 30th at 6PM CST

Instagram Takeovers

The medical doctor and physician assistant students are taking over the official Instagram of OU-TU SCM to reveal what life is as a Medical Doctor (MD)/Physician Assistant (PA) student is like and breakdown of the misconceptions each respective school.

Check us out on social media and follow us. 

This project is supported by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) as part of an award totaling $4,704,476 with 10% financed with nongovernmental sources.  The contents are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of, nor an endorsement, by HRSA, HHS or the U.S. Government.