Rural Medical Track
The Rural Medical Track prepares medical students for a rural primary care residency and a successful practice in rural or underserved Oklahoma. The RMT offers unique learning opportunities for motivated students to fully develop their skills, knowledge and abilities to succeed in a challenging practice environment.
A key facet of the RMT is rural-based clinical education. Beginning with a rural physician shadowing experience after the first year of medical school, students in the Rural Medical Track have the opportunity to complete most of their required clinical education in a rural setting. Students work side-by-side with rural physicians learning the skills and performing the tasks necessary for a successful rural practice.
Congratulations to the 2015 Rural Medical Track Graduates
J.T. Ball, D.O., Allen Baughman, D.O., Mercedez Bernard, D.O., Kryston Boyer, D.O., Kassandra Guthmueller, D.O., Melanie Hutchinson, D.O., James Hensel, D.O., Robin Hoile, D.O., Joe Russell, D.O.
Holly Cauthron, D.O., Julie Dionne, D.O., Crystal Dockery, D.O., Jennifer Duroy, D.O., Elizabeth Hall, D.O., Shanay Herring, D.O., Janel Johnson, D.O., Dustin Little, D.O., William Murry, D.O., Josh Priddle, D.O., Gretchen Stroud, D.O., Leslie Williams, D.O.