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Oklahoma State University (Center for Health Sciences - College of Osteopathic Medicine)

Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences educates and trains osteopathic physicians, research scientists, and other healthcare professionals, with an emphasis on serving rural and underserved Oklahoma.

School name:Oklahoma State UniversityCenter for Health Sciences - College of Osteopathic Medicine
Address:1111 West 17th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Zip & city:74107 Oklahoma
Phone:(918) 582-1972

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OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine is a four-year professional college offering the doctor of osteopathic medicine (D.O.) degree. The curriculum offers a student-centered approach that teaches through hands-on experiences, problem-based approaches and small group learning. Subject matter is taught using a spiral method where information is continuously reintroduced in greater depth and complexity.
The first year focuses on biomedical sciences, and the second year emphasizes case-based learning and problem solving as it relates to conditions seen in primary care environments.

The third and fourth years are composed of clinical rotations, which take place at hospitals in Tulsa, Oklahoma City and adjacent rural areas. Students may opt to fulfill clinical rotation requirements at various medical institutions across the country. Although 64 percent of graduates enter primary care, they are prepared to enter residencies in all medical specialty fields.
A three-year family medicine residency with 27 approved positions is one of the major residency programs offered. Residents have clinical rotations at OSU Health Care Center, OSU Medical Center, private clinics in rural settings, and the OSU Wellness Center in Stillwater, Okla., as well as a strong didactic program taught by dedicated faculty.
A Plus-One Sub-Specialty residency in neuromusculoskeletal medicine is also available at OSU-CHS for primary care residents who want fellowship training in osteopathic manipulative medicine.
The College offers a graduate program in biomedical sciences, with M.S., Ph.D., D.O./M.B.A. and D.O./Ph.D. degree options. A Master of Forensic Sciences Administration and an M.S. in Forensic Sciences are offered. An M.S. in Natural and Applied Sciences-Health Care Administration also is available.

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