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For more than 40 years, The University of Oklahoma's medical education programs have made a difference in Oklahoma through excellence in medical education. Over the past decade, the school has evolved further, with an unwavering commitment to improve the health of entire communities.

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Residents in the OU-TU School of Community Medicine are trained in population-based healthcare management, improving patient care and increased patient satisfaction. These areas of concentration prepare our residents to be successful physicians in any clinical setting in a rural or urban community. To enjoy video overviews of our dynamic residency programs, click below:

Residency Program Video Overviews

“Thank you to our faculty, administration, and staff for creating this wonderful institution that has been our home in so many ways. From that first day at Summer Institute, your enthusiasm about the mission of this school never wavered, and in turn, a fire was ignited under all of us to take full advantage of the opportunities on this campus. We are all extremely grateful to each of you for creating an environment where we were able to grow to our full potential. I truly believe we learned lessons on this campus that will positively impact our practice of medicine for years to come."

—  Bahar Malakouti,
M.D., School of Community Medicine graduate

We are proud to offer an outstanding and unique educational experience for future physician assistants who are committed to primary care and the underserved in Oklahoma.  The OU-Tulsa PA program represents a joint effort between the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine and the University of Tulsa to provide one of the strongest primary care PA programs in the country.

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OU-TU School of Community Medicine

The OU-TU School of Community Medicine is an integrated track within the OU College of Medicine. The OU-TU School of Community Medicine offers all four years of the Doctor of Medicine Program on the OU-Tulsa Schusterman Campus. This provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to serve as well-rounded specialty or primary care physicians, while learning a special skill set to improve the health of entire communities.

James Herman, MD, MSPH , Dean

James Herman, Family Medicine

University of Oklahoma President David L. Boren named Dr. James M. Herman as Dean of the School of Community Medicine in Tulsa, following an extensive national search. The school has expanded from a clinical two-year campus for third- and fourth-year students to a four-year campus that is a joint project between the University of Tulsa and OU. Dr. Herman oversees  the OU-TU School of Community Medicine, which began classes with 25 first-year medical students last August.

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INFORMATION SESSIONS

The School of Community Medicine hosts Information Sessions several times a year for students interested in pursuing a MD or PA degree. Click the button below to learn more.

INFORMATION SESSION