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Oklahoma State University


The Department of Pediatrics at the OSU Center for Health Sciences provides the pediatric and adolescent components of osteopathic medical education, trains multiple disciplines of residents in post-graduate medical education, participates in research and other scholarly activities and provides pediatric and adolescent health care services.

We strive to be a leader in pediatric and adolescent medicine by:

  • Being resident/student centered, scholarly driven, community focused and performance based.
  • Educating life-long learners in evidence-based medicine, thereby helping them become intellectual and ethical leaders in their profession
  • Leading the implementation of improved and progressive models of medical education and health care delivery
  • Supporting diversity, mutual respect and high aspirations
  • Being recognized for ethical, compassionate, and high quality practice of pediatric and adolescent osteopathic medical care

Pediatric Residency Program

This three-year program is designed to qualify the resident to sit for the board examination in osteopathic pediatrics. Completion of this program will allow those interested in a fellowship to continue with further training. All areas of pediatrics including general, cardiology, neurology, neonatology, gastroenterology, among others, are included in the curriculum. 

For more information, contact:

Skyler Kiddy, program coordinator

Kelly Dipboye, senior administrative assistant
918-382-6789 fax

Patient Care

OSU Pediatrics is committed to providing exceptional pediatric care. Our physicians provide well-child checkups, immunizations, prevention and treatment of common illnesses, and more. We look forward to treating your child and building relationships with you and your family.

To make an appointment or for more information, call 918-382-4600.

OSU Pediatrics
717 S. Houston, 4th Floor
Tulsa, OK 74127
918-382-6789 (fax)


Rhonda L. Casey, D.O., FACOP
Associate Professor of Pediatrics

Kayse M. Shrum, D.O. 
President, OSU Center for Health Sciences
Saint Francis Health System Endowed Chair in Pediatrics 
Chair and Professor of Pediatrics

Laura Bode, D.O.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Travis Campbell, D.O.
Clinical Professor of Pediatrics

Shawna Duncan, D.O.
Residency Program Director
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

M. Hany Elsayed, M.D., M.S.
Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics

Colony S. Fugate, D.O. 
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Amanda Foster, D.O., FACOP 
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Jeremy Jones, D.O. 
Clinical Assistant Professor

Binh Phung, D.O., FACOP
Hospitalist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Heather Rector, D.O.
Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics

Jake Porter, D.O.