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Oklahoma State University Medical Center

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  • 1. OSU Pediatrics Residency Program Overview
  • 2.  
  • 3. History
    • Based at Tulsa Regional Medical Center
      • Started at Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital
      • Graduates since 1969
      • Approximately 5O graduates to date
  • 4. Hospital Affiliations
    • Ok State University Medical Center (formerly Tulsa Regional Medical Center)
      • Primary teaching hospital
    • Saint Francis Children’s Hospital
      • Subspecialist rotations
      • PICU
    • Hillcrest Medical Center
      • NICU
  • 5.  
  • 6. Children’s Hospital Construction
  • 7. Hospital Affiliations
    • OSU-Medical Center
      • Pediatric Floor
        • Large multi-specialty hospital with several residency programs
        • Variety of pathology
        • Opportunities for procedures
  • 8. Hospital Affiliations
    • OSU-Medical Center
      • Nursery
        • >1200 deliveries a year
        • Exposure to nursery during all of program
      • NICU
        • In house neonatologists
        • High risk patients
  • 9. OSU-Peds Ambulatory Clinic
    • Primary teaching clinic for continuity care experiences
    • Half day during internship (OGME 1)
    • Full day during OGME 2 and 3 years
    • Opportunities for rural and suburban experiences
  • 10.  
  • 11. Electives
    • Most electives during second and third years.
    • Flexible schedule
  • 12. Electives
    • Cardiology
    • Gastroenterology
    • Endocrinology
    • Neurology
    • Orthopedics
    • Psychiatry
    • Radiology
    • Allergy/Immunology
    • ENT
    • Dermatology
    • EM
    • Sports Medicine
    • Forensic Pediatrics
    • Developmental Pediatrics
    • Genetics
  • 13. Electives cont’d
    • Adolescent Medicine
    • Community Pediatrics
    • Hematology
    • Oncology
    • Infectious Disease
    • Orthopedics
    • Pulmonology
    • Rheumatology
    • Nephrology
    • Urology
  • 14.  
  • 15. Research
    • Paper or research protocol required for intern year (OGME 1)
      • Original research encouraged
    • Poster presentation at ACOP CME or publishable paper required prior to residency completion
    • Encouraged to participate with attendings in research activities
  • 16. Research cont’d
    • Previous clinical safety site for new rotavirus vaccine
    • Previous site for AAP safety study
    • Previous participants in clinical trials for study of RSV
    • Multiple ongoing vaccine clinical trial participants- MMR, Influenza, HPV
  • 17. Faculty
    • Full time faculty members
      • Rhonda Casey D.O.
      • Christine Clary D.O.
      • Lisa Crawford D.O.
      • Shawna Duncan D.O.
      • Colony Fugate D.O.
      • Stanley Grogg D.O.
      • Kayse Shrum D.O.
      • Mike West D.O.
      • Amanda Foster D.O.
      • Janet Kirk D.O.
  • 18. Stan Grogg D.O. Physician of the Year
  • 19. Faculty cont’d
    • Specialists at OSU
      • Ray Cordry D.O. –psychiatry
      • Adolfo Garnica M.D.- genetics and endocrinology
      • Jay Johnson D.O.- adolescent medicine
      • Miriam Mills M.D.- child and adolescent OMM
      • Denny Krout D.O.- orthopedic surgery
      • Ob/gyn, Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Psychiatry, and Family Medicine Departments
  • 20. Adjunct Faculty
    • Large variety of specialists and subspecialists serve as adjunct faculty
    • Available for required and elective rotations as well as patient consults
  • 21. Faculty cont’d
    • Variety of clinical interests
      • Research
      • Adolescent care
      • Speech and language development
      • Child and Adolescent obesity and nutrition
      • Genetics and Endocrinology
      • Morgellon’s Disease
  • 22. Faculty “Highlights”
    • Dr. Rhonda Casey and Randy Wymore PhD featured on ABC Prime Time Live-Medical Mystery regarding Morgellon’s Disease
  • 23.  
  • 24. Faculty
    • National Appointments
      • American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians (ACOP)- Dr. Grogg past president
      • American Board of Osteopathic Pediatricians (ABOP)- Dr. Johnson past chair- Dr. Grogg and Dr. Johnson board members
  • 25. Faculty cont’d
    • National Appointments
      • NBOME-Dr. Clary and Dr. Shrum serve as item writers. Dr. Clary and Dr. Grogg serves on the item review committee and test review committee
      • AOA- Dr. Grogg serves on the AOA Bureau of Osteopathic Specialist Society
      • AOASM- Dr. Clary serves as the liaison between the ACOP and AOASM
  • 26. Faculty cont’d
    • State Appointments
      • Oklahoma Osteopathic Association committees - multiple physicians serve
      • Medical Advisory Committee of the Oklahoma Health Care Authority
      • Immunization Coalition
  • 27.  
  • 28. Residents
    • David King D.O. OGME 3
    • Tammi Lahr D.O. OGME 3
    • David Mueller D.O. OGME 3
      • Chief Resident
    • Heather Rector D.O. OGME 3
  • 29. Residents cont’d
    • Arlen Foulkes D.O. OGME 2
    • Whitney Latham D.O. OGME 2
    • Jennifer Skelton D.O. OGME 2
  • 30. Pediatric Interns
    • Courtney Carter D.O. OGME 1
    • Miranda Johnson D.O. OGME 1
    • Samara Mohammed D.O. OGME 1
    • Tim Truong D.O. OGME 1
  • 31. Residents/Interns Medical Schools
    • OSU-CHS
    • ATStill COM
    • AZCOM
    • NOVA
    • PCOM
    • KC COM
    • Des Moines
    • UNT-HSC COM
    • Touro
  • 32. Service
    • Medical missions
    • Immunization Outreach Clinics
    • Community pediatrics boards
      • Parent-Child Center of Tulsa
      • Immunization Coalition
  • 33. Future Goals
    • Establish an adolescent clinic
    • Establish an alumni foundation and mentoring program
    • Original research
    • Increase publications
    • Encourage subspecialists to OSU-Medical Center
  • 34. OSU Graduates
    • Types of Practice
      • Primary care
      • Subspecialty
      • Military
      • Indian Health Service
      • Academic Medicine
      • Hospitalist
      • Public Health
  • 35. OSU Graduates
    • Locations of practice
      • Oklahoma
      • Missouri
      • Florida
      • Pennsylvania
      • Arizona
      • Tennessee
      • Mississippi
      • Arkansas
      • Texas
      • New York
      • Wisconsin
      • Connecticut
  • 36. OSU Graduates
    • Fellowships
      • Neonatology
      • Developmental
      • Forensic Pediatrics
      • Public Health
      • Radiology
  • 37.  
  • 38. On Call Schedules
    • Month Block Nights
    • Weekends divided between residents
    • Holidays divided between residents
  • 39. Fast Track Internship
    • Meets AOA requirements for internship
    • Complete residence program in three years
    • Variety of experiences
    • Pediatric emphasis on core rotations
  • 40. Example Intern Year
    • Pediatric Floor/Nursery
    • NICU
    • ER
    • Block Nights/Floor
    • Ambulatory
    • Ob/gyn
    • Pediatric Surgery
    • Internal Medicine
    • Electives
  • 41.  

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