Rotations in Tulsa – family medicine inpatient service, obstetrics, inpatient pediatrics, newborn medicine.
Rotation in Bartlesville – family medicine inpatient service, emergency medicine, surgery
Clinic in Tulsa - July through March
Clinic in Bartlesville – April through June
Interns spend Tuesday afternoons in Academic Afternoon Conference.
SECOND Year: Most rotations in Bartlesville…
Rotations in family medicine clinics, critical care, outpatient pediatrics, obstetrics, sports medicine, gynecology, dermatology, pulmonary, cardiology, emergency medicine, and general surgery. Residents spend three half days per week in continuity clinic with their family practice patients. Inpatient service is combined with home call throughout the second and third year. Call averages three to four times per month. Academic Afternoon Conference continues on Tuesdays.
Rotations include ophthalmology, radiology (2 weeks), ENT (2 weeks), neurology, emergency medicine, geriatrics, practice management, urology, and electives. Call averages three to four times per month. Residents continue with three half days per week in the continuity family medicine clinic. Inpatient service is combined with home call throughout the second and third year. Academic Afternoon Conference continues on Tuesdays.
- Our hospital service is on a longitudinal model. This means you manage your patients daily. If they require surgery, you assist the surgeon and follow that patient post-operatively while you are on your specialty rotation. You will work with a variety of specialists and primary care physicians (who know you on a first name basis) for consults and teaching.
- Jane Phillips Medical Center is a state-of-the-art hospital with electronic records and a full range of services.
- Our clinic is next-door to the hospital, which facilitates continued care for sick patients and additional opportunities for hands-on procedural and surgical experiences. We have an electronic medical record, and other informatics technology such as teleconferencing capabilities