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About Our Residency

Meet some of our residents in the Department of Internal Medicine at the OU-TU School of Community Medicine in Tulsa, Oklahoma. At the School of Community Medicine, we aim to recruit, retain, and develop a diverse group of resident physicians of the highest caliber who will be shaping the future of healthcare and improving 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. We are excited to meet you and look forward to getting to know you better. To contact our Office of Student Services and Admissions please call us at 918-660-3500 or email tulsascm@ouhsc.edu.

What our SCM Residents Say About the IM Residency Program

Welcome to OU School of Community Medicine- Internal Medicine Residency Program. You have discovered the best kept residency secret of the Midwest. We aim to keep a positive balance of work and wellness during IM training by creating a supportive, family-type atmosphere, while providing a complete training experience in Internal Medicine.  We are especially proud of our community-based, university-affiliated model, which provides our internal medicine residents with the skills needed for all types of practice after residency. If you are looking for a supportive residency program that will equip you to become a competent internist and/or prepare you for fellowship training located in an affordable city, we challenge you to explore our program and consider moving to Tulsa!

University of Oklahoma

School of Community Medicine


The OU-TU School of Community Medicine hosts 8 residency programs and 6 fellowships along with a 4-year Medical School program.  Residents develop their teaching skills as they work alongside OU SCM medical students and PA students in the inpatient and ambulatory settings under direct supervision of attending physicians.  Teaching skills are taught formally as part of the academic curriculum and senior residents have the opportunity to engage in supervisory roles for medical and physician assistant students at the Bedlam Evening Clinic, a bi-weekly free clinic run by OU SCM for the uninsured.

OU-Tulsa

Schusterman Center Clinic


The Schusterman Clinic, which opened in 2007, provides our patients with one central location that houses Internal Medicine, OB/Gynecology, Pediatrics, and Psychiatry as well as in-house lab testing, radiology, and pharmacy services. 

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