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OU College of Medicine
The College of Medicine is the largest component of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and is at the center of OU Health. Our mission is leading health care - in education, research and patient care.
OU Health Physicians

With nearly one million patient visits per year, OU Health Physicians provides healthcare with a depth and breadth of expertise that is unmatched in the region. Locations range from the Oklahoma Health Center in downtown Oklahoma City to 23 total clinics in the Oklahoma City area, Edmond and Midwest City. In the Tulsa area, 300 physicians and specialists provide clinical care at five OU Health Physicians clinics. Most providers also serve as faculty of the OU College of Medicine at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, training the next generation of physicians. For more information, visit

Medical Education Programs
The OU College of Medicine offers robust undergraduate and graduate medical education programs, along with a variety of community service opportunities, designed to prepare today’s students to become tomorrow’s skilled and compassionate health care leaders.

  • Undergraduate Medical Education 
  • The OU College of Medicine has conferred the Doctor of Medicine degree to more than 10,000 graduates since the College’s official founding in 1910.
  • Graduate Medical Education 
  • In addition to conferring the Doctor of Medicine degree, the OU College of Medicine offers residencies and fellowships in numerous specialties and subspecialties
  • Physician Associate, Dual-Degrees and Graduate Research Programs  
    Beyond the traditional medical degree, the OU College of Medicine offers a robust biomedical research education program, a competitive Physician Associate program and other dual degrees to meet students’ unique interests and goals.
  • Community Service  
    In addition to attending lectures and completing their rotations, students in the OU College of Medicine are dedicated to community service. Students give back to their community, state and world through a variety of programs and opportunities, strengthening their desire to enter the health profession.
OU Health Harold Hamm Diabetes Center 

OU Health Harold Hamm Diabetes Center is committed to curing diabetes and ending the diabetes pandemic in the 21st century. It is among the world’s largest and most comprehensive institutions of its kind, integrating top-flight academic research with clinical care and disease prevention. The center oversees the world’s top research prize in the diabetes field. It has facilities in Oklahoma City and Tulsa as well as affiliated sites across the state, including partnerships with Native American communities. An innovative range of services includes support groups, cooking classes, lifestyle-intervention programs, and a summer camp for children and teens.  For more information, visit

Dean McGee Eye Institute 
The Dean McGee Eye Institute serves all Oklahomans and the global community through excellence and leadership in patient care, education and vision research. Through their skill, dedication and compassion, faculty and staff have led DMEI to become one of the nation’s largest and most respected eye institutes.