Club Scrubs is a hands on, exciting, interactive club for High School students interested in exploring health careers.
Meets twice monthly 5:30-7:00pm at the OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center, 4502 East 41st Street, Classroom 1D28 (follow the signs on campus or attached campus map)
2018 Meeting Dates: September 11, September 25, October 9, October 23, November 6, November 20, & December 4
2019 Meeting Dates: January 8, January 22, February 5, February 19, March 5, April 2, April 16 & May 7
For questions or more information email TULSASCM@ouhsc.edu or call 918-660-3500.
Minor's on Campus Paperwork HERE (parents and/or guardians please fill out the paperwork for your student to attend Club Scrubs).
Additional Club Scrubs Information by Meeting Date
January 22, 2019
MASH Camp (Math and Science in Health Careers) is a five-day camp during the summer for students currently in 9th-11th grades. Students participate in learning about health careers through a series of stimulating, hands-on learning activities in mathematics, science, and multidisciplinary studies.
2018 M.A.S.H Camp Information
When: Week | June 18-22, 2018
Where: OU Tulsa Schusterman Center (4502 E 41st Street, Tulsa, OK 74135)
High school students in grades 9th-12th can apply online until April 20, 2018.
Deadline has passed! Application is CLOSED!
More infromation on M.A.S.H Camp can be found here.
Information for High School Students Interested in Medicine
As a high school student, choosing a career is often a challenge. If you are considering a career in healthcare, specifically that of a physician or physician assistant, you may find the following information helpful.
OU-Tulsa Explore Health Care: High School Career Day
This event takes place once a semester on the OU-Tulsa Schusterman Campus, usually in November. Open to high school juniors and seniors who are considering a career in a healthcare profession, participants interact with current students, providing the opportunity to learn about different healthcare career options. OU colleges of Nursing, Medicine, Allied Health and Pharmacy participate. Dates and times to be announced.
Information for High School Students Interested in Healthcare Careers
Types of Healthcare Careers
There are many different types of careers in the healthcare industry. Below is a list of just a few of the possible careers that are available to those looking to join the ever growing healthcare industry.
- Hospital Administration
- Physician Assistant
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Clinic Support Staff
- Radiology Technician
- Social Work
Students interested in the healthcare field should start by planning for their undergraduate education. Most health professions programs require students to obtain specific prerequisite courses before applying. Those courses can be obtained as part of bachelor's degree program at the University of Oklahoma. Contact your rep today to learn more or set up a tour.
Tips for High School Students Interested in the Healthcare Industry
In terms of general tips for those looking for pursue a career in the healthcare industry, we have compiled this list to give you the major things to focus on during high school.
1. Understand that training in the healthcare industry is not a quick and easy process and can be very challenging and lengthy for certain professions
2. Realize that your studies RIGHT NOW are important - plan your courses to focus on science and math
3. Take every opportunity to improve your test taking skills
4. Meet with your guidance counselor and talk to those currrently working in healthcare
5. Shadow or volunteer - many hospitals and clinics will require you to be 18 but check with family physicians or family friends in the healthcare field about possible shadowing opportunities. Don't be discouraged if you can't find shadowing opportunities while in high school as you will find many more opportunities once you are an undergraduate student.
6. Stay up to date on the medical field
What Types of Classes Should I Take in High School
While Healthcare jobs vary drastically, many of them will require a strong knowledge base in both science and math. When considering what courses to take during high school you should take as many science and math courses as you can.
Links to Helpful Websites
The Association of American Medical Colleges is a fantastic resource for Pre-Medicine and current Medical Students. Their Aspiring Physicians section is very helpful for those planning to become a physician or physician assistant.
Another great resource is the American Medical Association. Their website offers information on preparing for, applying to and paying for medical school. The FAQ section is also a very helpful resource.