I am pleased with your interest in our training program. You are at a significant juncture in your medical education in which you must weigh the quality of the training program that will shape and influence your practice of medicine. This is a very difficult decision and one that we take very seriously. Our training programs are designed to meet the needs of our residents and fellows; preparing them as clinicians, educators, and scientists. The training programs offer a varied curriculum, an excellent patient base, dedicated educators, and excellent facilities. Our goal is to create an academic learning environment where our trainees gain first-hand knowledge of primary and tertiary care; preparing them to either become primary care physicians or sub-specialists. This is accomplished with an outstanding blend of didactic and patient-based learning. Independent of your long-term career plans, I invite you to take a closer look at our program, meet the faculty, fellows and residents. I hope that you will agree that OU is a spectacular place to train.
Michael S. Bronze, MD
Professor and Chairman, Department of Internal Medicine