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.
The OU-TU School of Communtiy medicine also offers a Physician Assistant Program that enables students to become competent, caring health care providers. We seek to educate our students in the basic medical sciences as well as the clinical and behavioral sciences in order to prepare them for the practice of medicine both today and in the future.
Current college students can get involved with the OU-TU School of Community Medicine in several ways.
Information Sessions. SCM Information Sessions are held regularly on our campus and open to all prospective students.
On your campus. SCM representatives visit local colleges and universities throught the year to share information and talk to prospective students. Check with your school's prehealth/premed advisor and prehealth/premed clubs to find out about upcoming visits at your school. If we are not scheduled to visit your campus soon and you are interested in setting up a visit, let us know. TULSASCM@ouhsc.edu
Shadowing and Volunteering. A variety of shadowing and volunteering activities are available at times throughout the year. Specific opportunities when available will be posted here.
GKFF Rural Scholars Program. Available for students at Cameron, Southestern Oklahoma State and Rogers State Universities. Please contact your premed advisor on your respective campuses for more info.
SCM Summer Undergraduate Internship. A 6 week full time summer internship that gives students an opportunity for shadowing, community engagement, didactic sessions, mentoring, and more. Applications and more information available here each Spring.