Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences

OSU Medical Center

Internships & Residencies

Program Description

There are 11 residency programs and 8 fellowship programs at OSU Medical Center for a total of more than 150 trainees on an annual basis.

Application Deadline is Oct. 1.

Internship/Residency Positions


All fellowship listed below must apply through ERAS.

All fellowships listed below must use the AOA Universal Application

Annual Stipend & Benefits

  • PGY I - $44,411
  • PGY II - $45,923
  • PGY III - $47,557
  • PGY IV- $49,283
  • PGY V - $50,932
  • PGY VI - $52,834
  • PGY VII - $54,596

There are a wealth of benefits including:

  • Out-rotations with educational stipends (PGY 2-3: $1,000 & PGY 4-7: $1,500)
  • Sick leave and leave of absence
  • Vacation/conference leave
  • Holiday time off (rotated)
  • Family medical insurance
  • Professional liability insurance while on hospital rotations
  • Life insurance
  • Free parking
  • Meals while on call
  • Digital pager

OSU Medical Center Affiliations

  • Bristow Memorial Hospital
  • Cancer Treatment Centers of America
  • Cardinal Glennon Medical Center
  • Children's Hospital of Oklahoma
  • Children's Mercy Hospital
  • Cincinnati Children's Hospital
  • Claremore Indian Hospital
  • Claremore Regional Hospital
  • Florida Hospital System
  • Florida Orthopedic Institute
  • Hillcrest Medical Center
  • Integris Baptist Medical Center
  • Medical University of South Carolina
  • Mercy Health Center
  • Michigan State University
  • Okmulgee Memorial Hospital
  • Orthopedic Surgical Hospital
  • Otologic Medical Clinic
  • OU Medical Center
  • Pinnacle Health Hospital
  • Saint Anthony's Hospital
  • Saint Francis Hospital
  • Saint Vincent Indianapolis Hospital
  • Southcrest Hospital
  • Tahlequah City Hospital
  • Tulsa Outpatient Surgery Center
  • Tulsa Spine & Specialty Hospital
  • University of Pittsburg
  • University of Utah School of Medicine
  • University of Texas Southwestern
  • Valley Baptist Medical Center
  • Veterans Administration Hospital
  • W.W. Hastings Indian Medical Center

About the Hospital

When it opened its doors in 1944, one of the first actions of the founders of OSU Medical Center (then known as Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital), was to seek approval for graduate training programs. Today, OSUMC offers a quality postgraduate program in multiple disciplines.

The medical center has grown to become one of the nation's largest osteopathic health care centers and is significantly involved in clinical training for medical students, nurses, therapists, and technicians from several area schools and colleges. OSUMC is a flagship hospital in eastern Oklahoma with premier emergency and outpatient programs and is poised for great outreach and growth in the 21st century.

OSUMC places a strong emphasis on the importance of proactive postgraduate teaching, and if you should be selected to join the house staff, you will become integrally involved in the teaching and learning process. All applicants must come to Tulsa for an interview and are carefully reviewed in terms of academic qualifications, prior experience, and interest in the profession.

If you choose to join OSUMC, you will have potential contact with over 300 staff physicians, with 90% of our specialists board certified or eligible. The medical center is committed to quality patient care. With a wide variety of high acuity cases, the training program is seen as a critical priority by the medical center and administration.

Institutional Data (2014)

  • Total Licensed Beds: 249
  • Operational Beds: 249
  • Occupancy of Operational Beds: 44.6%
  • Admissions: 6,365
  • ER Visits: 46,431
  • Births: 458
  • Surgeries: 3,323
  • Inpatient: 1,621
  • Outpatient: 1,815

M.D. and D.O. Total = 271
D.O. Total = 199
Certified D.O. = 175

M.D. Total = 72
Certified M.D. = 63

About Tulsa

With over 570,000 citizens, Tulsa is a city that surprises visitors with a feeling that is southern, eastern, and western all at once. Experience its cosmopolitan flavor at the same time as you delight in its small-town friendliness. We’re big enough to have everything you need, but small enough to make you feel right at home.

In Tulsa you will find cowboys and classical ballet. Art Deco and Arena football, rodeos, religion, and rolling hills. A visit to Tulsa is a great getaway to experience a delightful mix of rich culture, colorful history, terrific shopping, and lively nightlife.

To learn more, visit the Tulsa visitors’ website at http://ww3.visittulsa.com


Contact Information

Jenny Alexopulos, D.O.
Director of Medical Education

Brenda J. Davidson, M.S.
GME Manager

Rhonda Bogan
Rotations Coordinator
To schedule rotations please contact:

Graduate Medical Education
744 W. 9th St.
Tulsa, OK 74127
918-599-5949 fax

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