Preceptor Dr. Jones’ students have a fantastic opportunity to learn rural Information medicine. Students can expect to see how family medicine works with limited resources. Dr. Jones loves hunting and fishing, and can direct students to hot spots on the weekends. His office is decorated in trophy bucks. Students can expect an incredible learning experience in a beautiful setting. Description of Idabel is the county seat of McCurtain County. The population was Location 7,158 at the 2000 census. The town is located in a cultural area of the state known as Little Dixie and the tourist area Kiamichi Country. The area offers great hunting, fishing, camping and golfing along with many other outdoor activities. Idabel is very close to Beavers Bend State Park, a must-visit place for outdoor enthusiasts. Housing\Meals Students will stay at either the hospital or in a mobile home near the hospital. The mobile home has 2 bedrooms which are shared with other students. The house is located less than 1 mile from the hospital and close to the clinic. Lunch is provided at the hospital. Students will also be invited to any pharmaceutical dinners offered. Telemedicine The hospital uses telemedicine. Computers for internet access are and/or available at the hospital and at the office as well as printers. Distance Learning Planned Student Dr. Jones meets students at the hospital daily for rounds. Experience Community March- Dogwood Days Activities June- Annual “Owa-Chito” Festival of the Forest November- Fall Festival Description of Students can expect to see many patients with various health rotation conditions. Idabel is home to a diverse demographic which translates into a diverse demographic of patients for students to interact with. This rotation is a great example of the rural experience.
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