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William J Pettit, D.O., M.A.
Interim Senior Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
Associate Dean of Rural Health &
Associate Professor of Family Medicine

william.j.pettit@okstate.edu
918.561.8212

Education | Post Graduate Training | Certification | Licensure | Practice Experience | Honors and Awards | Associations | Appointments

Education

1977
D.O. (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine)
University of Osteopathic Medicine and Health Sciences
Des Moines, IA

1969
M.A. (Special Education)
University of Nothern Colorado
Greeley, CO

1968
B.A. (Psychology)
Luther College
Decorah, IA

Post Graduate Training

1978-1980
Family Practice Residency
Womack Army Hospital
Fort Bragg, NC

1977-1978
Rotating Internship
Womack Army Hospital
Fort Bragg, NC

Certification

  • Family Practice, American Board of Family Practice (1980) (Recertification 1987, 1994, and 2000)
  • Medical Review Officer, American Association of Medical Review Officers

Licensure

  • Oklahoma

Practice Experience

2002-2005
Medical Director of Academic Services
OSU Center for Health Sciences

1999-2002
Medical Director
Center for Occupational Health
Lawton, OK

1983-2002
Medical Director
AM + PM Clinic
Lawton, OK

1980-1983
Staff Physician
Reynolds Army Community Hospital
Fort Sill, OK

1982-1983
Consultant Physician
Comanche County Health Department
Family Planning Clinic
Lawton, OK

1977-1980
Resident/Intern
Womack Army Hospital
Fort Bragg, NC

1969-1974
Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor
State of Iowa

Honors and Awards

July 1983
Honorable Discharge United States Army

June 1983
United States Army Commendation Medal

October 1980
Humanitarian Services Award
United States Army, Cuban Refugee Support

June 1977
Charles Reed Award
University of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery

Associations

2006
Immediate Past President
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association

2005
President
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association

2004
President Elect
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association

2004
Delegate to the American Osteopathic Association, House of Delegates

2003
Vice President
Oklahoma Osteopathic Association

2002-present
American College of Osteopathic Family Practice

1998-2003
Alternate Delegate to the American Osteopathic Association, House of Delegates

Appointments

2006
Governor Brad Henry, reappointed to three (3) year term of Professional Responsibility Tribunal

2005-Present
Senator Mike Morgan, Oklahoma Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention and Treatment Advisory Committee

2003
Governor Brad Henry, appointed to three (3) year term of Professional Responsibility Tribunal