GME at the OU-TU School of Community Medicine
Residency & Fellowship Programs
The OU-TU School of Community Medicine aims to recruit, retain, and develop a diverse group of resident physicians of the highest caliber who will shape the future of healthcare and improve the health of our community. We work in partnership with the largest hospital systems in the areas, Hillcrest Medical Center, St. Francis Medical Center and Ascension St. John Medical Center, in addition to participating in multiple clinics throughout Tulsa.
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.
Our goal is to provide the best training possible to help our residents achieve the competencies necessary to pursue the medical career they choose. Residency education will be provided with empathy, humanism, sound professional and ethical knowledge, and with the skills and attitudes needed to provide excellent health services.
The office of Graduate Medical Education coordinates house staff appointments and assignments. We also assist in assuring excellence in the training programs and in serving prospective, current and past residents and fellows.
We are delighted about your interest in our programs and look forward to sharing more information about Graduate Medical Education. Welcome to the OU School of Community Medicine and Tulsa, we hope you become part of our family!
Why choose an OU-TU School of Community Medicine program?
- The OU-TU School of Community Medicine sponsors seven residency programs and five fellowships.
- Residents practice alongside our faculty in our outpatient and inpatient settings.
- Residents and fellows are exposed to rich opportunities that combine clinic expertise in a truly patient-centered environment.
- All programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
- Resident receive an excellent education in each of our programs signified by our outstanding board pass rate.
- Most importantly the attitudes of our residents and faculty are second to none.
First Look Tulsa
Event Details & Overview
- Dates: February 17-18, 2023
- OUSCM Overview
- The OU School of Community Medicine mission is to serve the healthcare needs of entire communities. OUSCM recognizes the need for a physician workforce focused on serving vulnerable populations, especially those from marginalized backgrounds.
- Event Goal
- The goal of this event is to share the experience of Tulsa with prospective residents who do not live in Oklahoma. This initiative is in support of our effort to recruit a diverse workforce to Tulsa including those from groups historically underrepresented and underserved in medicine, rural and those from Native/Indigenous backgrounds.
- Register for this event
- There is a $350 stipend available to those who qualify. This stipend is to be used only for travel. The stipend is meant to help with expenses incurred in travel to the event.
- Must live outside Oklahoma
- Must attend all sessions on 2/17 & 2/18
- Must stay at designated hotel
- Must have interviewed at OUSCM residency program
Please review the tentative schedule below:
Friday, February 17 - (In Person):
|12:30 PM||Lunch & Welcome|
|1:00 PM||"My Tulsa Experience" Physician Panel|
|2:10 PM||Choose Your Tulsa Adventure|
|2:45 PM||Cultural/Recreational Tours of the City|
|5:15 PM||Dinner at Mother Road Market|
|7:00 PM||Social Event|
Saturday, February 18 - (Hybrid):
|8:00 AM||Breakfast & Weekend Recap|
|8:15 AM||Young Professionals Panel|
|9:00 AM||Closing Remarks|
|9:30 AM||(Virtual) Residency Program Presentations|
This program will have no impact on rank list or match outcomes. Our residency program leadership will not participate in the in-person activities and the information of those who participate will not be shared with the programs. Applicants should not feel pressured to participate as this is separate from Match decision making and a fully optional activity.
To enjoy video overviews of our dynamic residency programs, click below: Residency Program Video Overviews
Our mission is to improve the health of our community by reducing health care disparities through education, research and community service, while providing the highest quality clinical training for the physician of today and tomorrow.
Office of Graduate Medical Education
4502 E. 41st Street
Tulsa, OK 74135