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Ondria Gleason, MD

Welcome to the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine Department of Psychiatry in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Our department is an academically based, clinically driven program with two primary missions: to be a leader in the provision of exceptional, evidenced – based psychiatric care in Tulsa and the surrounding area, and to provide outstanding, evidence-based education for physicians in our residency and fellowship programs, as well as to students in the School of Community Medicine.

In addition to providing exceptional care in the OU Psychiatry Outpatient Clinic and in the OU Integrated Program of Assertive Community Treatment (IMPACT), we work closely with the major hospital systems in the Tulsa area to provide outstanding care while training psychiatry resident physicians, child psychiatry fellow physicians and students.

The department conducts innovative research in psychiatric education and clinical care, and collaborates with the Laureate Institute for Brain Research (LIBR).  As you browse our website, you will see descriptions of our programs. We warmly thank you for visiting and invite you to return often. Please contact us with any questions, or if you would like to be part of our mission.

Ondria C. Gleason, M.D., FAPA, FAPM
Professor and Chair
Department of Psychiatry

 

Faculty Job Openings

The Department of Psychiatry currently has open faculty positions.

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About Psychiatry Residency

 

 

OU Psychiatry Clinic

Clinic

The OU Psychiatry Clinic is housed in a beautiful 100,000 square foot ambulatory care center on our main campus at 4444 E. 41st Street in Tulsa. This state-of-the-art facility optimizes our ability to provide outstanding psychiatric care for patients with a variety of disorders. This is also the primary training site for OU Psychiatry Resident Physicians. The facility houses other clinics as well, including the Obstetrics-Gynecology, Pediatric and Internal Medicine outpatient clinics and the Psychiatry IMPACT (Integrated Multidisciplinary Program of Assertive Community Treatment) program. This arrangement offers increased opportunities for clinical and research collaborations across specialties.


The Department of Psychiatry receives funding support for the IMPACT program from the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.