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The Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma provides a unique opportunity for training in a rural location.

Contact Us
Greg Martens, D.O.
Program Director, Family Medicine Residency
580.924.5500
gmartens@durantclinic.com

Terry Lee, D.O.
Director of Medical Education
580.924.3400
tlee@umg.com

Cathy Boone
Residency Coordinator
580.920.8082
residency@durantclinic.com

1600 University
Durant, OK 74701
580.924.5500 ext.229
580.924.1991 fax
www.durantclinic.com

Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma

Rural Family Medicine Training

Program Description
The Medical Center of Southeastern Oklahoma is a modern 140-bed facility that serves as a hub for trauma and patient care in Durant, Bryan County, and surrounding smaller communities. Durant enjoys a stable population and economy, based primarily on recreational opportunities at nearby Lake Texoma and Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

Durant provides a unique opportunity for training in a rural location. Our Family Medicine Internship & Residency offer all the advantages of an urban teaching hospital without the disadvantages of competition from other residency programs.

  • Internal Medicine
  • Obstetrics/Gynecology
  • Surgery
  • Pathology
  • Orthopedics
  • Emergency Room
  • ICU/CCU
  • Pediatrics
  • Radiology
  • Family Medicine
  • Anesthesiology

Interns and residents work with board eligible and certified physicians on the wards and in the clinics and receive educational support from the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine. You will enjoy the benefits of a great patient mix and volume, in addition to experiencing in-patient and ambulatory based procedures. Physicians on staff and in the community will also participate in the educational experience of residents.

For individuals interested in quality training in Family Medicine and the opportunity to train in a rural community where you may want to practice, Durant is an excellent choice. Durant is approved as a Physician Manpower Training Commission (PMTC) rural practice site.

Number of Positions

Salary and Benefits

  • PGY I salary - $41,000
  • PGY II salary - $43,000
  • PGY III salary - $45,000
  • Laptop computer
  • Two lab coats
  • All required texts
  • Health insurance for you and your family
  • 401k
  • Free parking and meals
  • Two weeks paid vacation
  • Pay your membership dues to AOA, OOA, and ACOFP
  • Fees for licensing, boards, and courses including BLS, ACLS, ATLS, PALS, and NRP
  • Associated travel expenses and moving allowance

Faculty

  • Jamie Akin, D.O., Pediatrics
  • Kevin Croft, M.D., Ophthalmology
  • Manuel Cuesta, M.D., OB/GYN
  • David Dillow, D.O., Family Medicine
  • James Ford, D.O., Family & Emergency Medicine
  • Jeff Gastorf, D.O., Family Medicine
  • Kevin Gordon, D.O., Internal Medicine
  • Ken Grider, D.O., Orthopedics
  • William Harrison, D.O., Family Medicine
  • Deepak Jaiswal, M.D., Internal Medicine
  • Vivek Khetpal, M.D., Cardiology
  • Chris Lee, D.O., OB/GYN
  • Mike Lee, D.O., Family Medicine
  • Terry Lee, D.O., Family Practice
  • Greg Martens, D.O., Family Medicine
  • Stephen Ortlip, M.D., Urology
  • Devi Sureddi, M.D., OB/GYN
  • Kinion Whittington, D.O., OB/GYN
  • Ryan Shaffer, DO, Family Medicine
  • Lynn Jestis, DO, Family Medicine
  • Walter Gadberry, MD, General Surgery
  • James Sumner, DO, General Surgery
  • Sandy George, MD, Wound Care
  • Christine Taylor, MD, OB/GYN
  • Michael Simulescu, DO, Pediatrics
  • Randall "Jason" DaVault, MD, General Surgery
  • Chris Knobbe, MD, Ophthalmology
  • Terry Gerard, DO, Emergency Medicine
  • Nicholas Reynolds, DO, Emergency Medicine

Institutional Data

  • Licensed beds: 140
  • Operational beds: 140
  • Occupancy of Operational Beds: 71.4%
  • Admissions: 8,296
  • Surgeries: 4,662
  • Inpatient: 1,485
  • Outpatient: 3,177
  • Medical Staff 93
  • DOs: 28 (certified 18)
  • MDs: 65 (certified 58)
  • Births: 1,149
  • ER Visits: 22,930
  • Outpatient visits: 34,912