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Why OBGYN at OU School of Community Medicine

• Fully accredited program ACGME

• Academically based, clinically driven program

• 2 Missions:

        1) Provide outstanding, customer friendly, medical care to the women of Eastern Oklahoma, Western Arkansas, Southwestern Missouri and Southern Kansas and their unborn children

        2) Provide a high quality, evidence based, education for our residents and medical students

• Integral part of the new School of Community Medicine, providing particularly for many who are less fortunate

• Outreach clinics in four counties; largest antenatal service in the state

• High risk perinatal center performs over 1000 u/s per month

• Sub-specialists in Urogynecology, Gynecologic Oncology, Reproductive Endocrinology, and Maternal-Fetal Medicine

• The major referral center in Eastern Oklahoma for Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Gynecology, and Oncology

• Ability to have direct patient contact through resident run services

• Float system for night call for all four years to ensure compliance with ACGME duty hour requirements

• Diverse population of residents; high percentage of males

• ACOG junior fellow chair or vice chair at all times

• Many national resident research presentations at conferences

• Paid annual resident retreat with all residents off for 24 hours

• Competitive salary

• 5 Robots in Tulsa

• Affordable cost of living

• Tulsa is a great city