The ambulatory clinics are located at the Wayman Tisdale Specialty Clinic and the Schusterman Center Clinic. As part of their ambulatory continuity clinic experience, each fellow will be assigned patients whom they will follow for the duration of their fellowhsip. Fellows will also be responsible for following patients they acquire during their hospital rotations.
Fellows are exposed to a myriad of kidney diseases including Glomerulonephritis, chronic kidney disease, cystic kidney diseases, fluid and electrolyte imbalances, and complex hypertension.
What makes the OU Fellowship clinic more unique is the exposure to the pediatric population with ages from 14-18, mainly for hypertension and monitoring of chronic kidney disease.
From the beginning of fellowship, fellows get much exposure to transplant nephrology in their continuity clinic as well as during their transplant rotation.