Students at OU-Tulsa
Visiting Students, Electives, & Sub-Internships
Student Elective/Sub-Internship Rotations:
As a fourth year medical student, we realize that your time is valuable. We have designed our clerkship opportunities to allow our students a chance to experience different segments of general surgery and selected academic conferences. Academic conferences include Morbidity and Mortality Conference, Grand Rounds, and faculty led discussion of the assigned American College of Surgeons’ SCORE reading program. In addition to flexible scheduling, students will have the option of choosing the type of rotation that interests them most.
Surgery Elective Opportunities Include:
Option #1: 4 weeks of general surgery
Option #2: 2 weeks of general surgery; 2 weeks of trauma- critical care surgery
Option #3: 2 weeks of general surgery; 2 weeks of vascular surgery
INDT 9403-292: General Surgery Sub-Internship Rotation Description
The General Surgery elective/sub-internship at the University Of Oklahoma School Of Community Medicine in Tulsa provides students with a broad range of exposure to surgery and academics necessary for the development of excellent residency candidates. In addition to operative experience, students may spend time each week working with faculty and residents general and vascular surgery clinics. Students will gain a blended experience of training with both full-time OU faculty and volunteer physicians, many who are sub-specialty trained. The OU-Tulsa surgery department has a busy vascular service staffed by Board Certified Vascular Surgeons as well as a Level II Trauma Center verified by the American College of Surgeons.
Current OU medical students may register for these electives through the Student Services office; ask for INDT 9403-292. Visiting students will need to submit the appropriate forms through VSAS which may be located at: https://services.aamc.org/20/vsas.