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

St. Anthony Hospital

Orthopedic Surgery Residency

Program Description

Six core trainers provide experience in general orthopedics as well as subspecialty exposure in foot and ankle, hand and upper extremity, sports medicine, and adult reconstruction.  Additional experience is obtained in pediatrics, trauma, and spine while working with an additional 21 faculty orthopedists.

Consistent didactic learning and conference participation is accomplished through the use of Orthobullets online structured curriculum, regularly-scheduled Radiology lectures, guest speakers on subspecialty topics, Grand Rounds at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, monthly Resident Journal Club, weekly Fracture Conference, quarterly Morbidity and Mortality Conferences, and monthly Hand Conferences at Integris Baptist Medical Center.

Current orthopedic literature is available online through OSU Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa, or through the regularly-updated resident library.  Research support and assistance is provided through personnel at Bone and Joint Hospital at St. Anthony. 

Approved Positions

  • 10 positions

Salary and Benefits

St. Anthony’s offers a very competitive salary and benefit program.

R – I $49,525
R – II 51,146
R – III $53,045
R– IV $54,788
R- V $56,691

Affiliations and/or Elective Rotations

OSU-COM, Tulsa, OK; Integris Baptist Medical Center and Integris Southwest Medical Center, Surgical Hospital of Oklahoma, Community Hospital, Children’s Hospital, and the Oklahoma Center for Orthopaedic & Multispecialty Surgery (OCOM), all in Oklahoma City, and East Texas Medical Center, Tyler, TX.  Additional elective rotations are available by special arrangement.

Contact Information

Derek West, D.O.
Program Director

Brad Reddick, D.O.
Associate Program Director

Helen Kelley, RN, Ph.D., CCRP

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