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OU College of Medicine

A Message From the Executive Dean

We hope our website provides you easy access to all of the information you are seeking about the College of Medicine and useful links to other related entities or information. The College of Medicine is the largest component of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and is at the center of OU Health. Read More >

College of Medicine COVID-19 Response Plan (updated 10/4/2021)

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OU Health Partners Integration

FAQ's

2021 Fall Faculty Meeting

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Prospective Students

Interested in becoming a physician one day? The College of Medicine will show you the pathway.

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Degree Programs

In addition to conferring the Doctor of Medicine Degree, OU College of Medicine offers a Physician Associate Program and a MD/PhD dual degree program to meet the unique interests of medical students. The college also offers students the option to take MPH coursework.

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Residency Programs (GME)

Upon completion of medical school, physicians continue their didactic and clinical education in a medical specialty of their choosing. This is graduate medical education. This further training prepares physicians for the independent practice of medicine in that specialty.

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Diversity and Inclusion

The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine is opening new frontiers in education, research and patient care. Our mission is leading healthcare in education, research and patient care. Our goals are uncompromising quality, exceptional service, innovative education, advancing knowledge and institutional strength.

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Simulation Center

At the Clinical Skills Education and Testing Center (CSETC), the College’s simulation center, medical students and residents practice their skills on high-tech mannequins. 

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Research

OU College of Medicine scientists have devoted their lives to deciphering the mysteries of human disease that hold great potential for discovery. Hundreds of research projects are underway on the OU Health Sciences Center (OUHSC) campus at any given time.

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Quick Links

Important information about many aspects of the OU College of Medicine has been gathered into a section of quick links.

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OU Medicine Magazine

Published twice a year, the OU Medicine magazine provides an in-depth look at the activities of faculty, students and alumni.

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At OU College of Medicine, we are committed to a mission of leading healthcare in education, research and patient care. Our success and achievements would not be possible without the generous support of our alumni and friends.

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Questions for the Dean

Questions for the Dean was designed to enhance the communication process within the college and add an additional tool in an environment in which it’s sometimes difficult to find the time to get answers to questions you may have. This is a monitored e-mail account that provides an open communication line to the Dean and other leadership within the Dean’s office. If you have questions, concerns, or just comments please send a note and a response will be forthcoming. Please allow some time to research your question as it may involve reaching out to various subject matter experts to ensure you are getting both an accurate and complete response.

This is not to be used as a “complaint forum,” as complaints should be routed through your individual departmental leadership as appropriate.

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Leader Development Institute (LDI) Content

The link above will take you to a landing page that contains all the content from the most recent LDI.  To access the content you’ll need to connect using your OUHSC Login and password.  Please take the time to review the content and discuss/share with your co-workers. As future LDI’s occur, we will continue to add content to this link and encourage each of you to take the time to view the presentations and handouts.