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Internal Medicine Residency Program
The Internal Medicine Residency Program at the OSU Center for Health Sciences is structured to prepare the resident for hospital-based practice or to proceed to fellowship training.
The three-year program features well-structured academics and board clinical training with an average daily inpatient census in excess of 200. Ample opportunity exists for critical care experience, invasive procedures and clinical research.
Our primary teaching services are housed at the Oklahoma State University Medical Center in downtown Tulsa. OSU Medical Center is one of the nation's largest osteopathic teaching hospitals and is the primary teaching hospital for the OSU Center for Health Sciences. It acts as a tertiary care center regionally and is licensed for nearly 200 beds.
Including Internal Medicine, there are 12 residencies housed at OSU Medical Center including general surgery, radiology, emergency medicine and ear, nose and throat and more. Our residents also rotate through the Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center in Muskogee.
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Message from the Program Director
Welcome to the Oklahoma State University Internal Medicine Residency Program in Tulsa, Oklahoma! Our program was founded in 1954 and has graduated over 200 residents. Our residents have gone on to pursue every imaginable career that is rooted in the foundation of a strong internal medicine backbone. Read more →
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