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					OSU Pediatrics

 Residency Program
      Overview
                  History
   Based at Tulsa Regional Medical Center
     Started at Oklahoma Osteopathic
      Hospital
     Graduates since 1969
     Approximately 5O graduates to date
         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
Children’s Hospital Construction
            Hospital Affiliations
   OSU-Medical Center
     Pediatric Floor
        Large multi-specialty hospital with several
         residency programs
        Variety of pathology
        Opportunities for procedures
            Hospital Affiliations
   OSU-Medical Center
     Nursery
        >1200 deliveries a year
        Exposure to nursery during all of program
     NICU
        In house neonatologists
        High risk patients
    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
               Electives
 Most electives during second and third
  years.
 Flexible schedule
                  Electives
   Cardiology              ENT
   Gastroenterology        Dermatology
   Endocrinology           EM
   Neurology               Sports Medicine
   Orthopedics             Forensic Pediatrics
   Psychiatry              Developmental
   Radiology                Pediatrics
   Allergy/Immunology      Genetics
              Electives cont’d
   Adolescent Medicine       Orthopedics
   Community Pediatrics      Pulmonology
   Hematology                Rheumatology
   Oncology                  Nephrology
   Infectious Disease        Urology
                   Research
   Paper or research          Poster presentation at
    protocol required for       ACOP CME or
    intern year (OGME 1)        publishable paper
      Original research        required prior to
       encouraged               residency completion
                               Encouraged to
                                participate with
                                attendings in research
                                activities
            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
                        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.
  Stan Grogg D.O.
Physician of the Year
               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
           Adjunct Faculty
 Large variety of specialists and
  subspecialists serve as adjunct faculty
 Available for required and elective
  rotations as well as patient consults
                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
          Faculty “Highlights”
   Dr. Rhonda Casey and Randy Wymore
    PhD featured on ABC Prime Time Live-
    Medical Mystery regarding Morgellon’s
    Disease
                    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
               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
              Faculty cont’d
   State Appointments
     Oklahoma Osteopathic Association
      committees - multiple physicians serve
     Medical Advisory Committee of the Oklahoma
      Health Care Authority
     Immunization Coalition
                    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
         Residents cont’d
 Arlen Foulkes D.O. OGME 2
 Whitney Latham D.O. OGME 2
 Jennifer Skelton D.O. OGME 2
        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
             Residents/Interns
             Medical Schools
   OSU-CHS              Des Moines
   ATStill COM          UNT-HSC COM
   AZCOM                Touro
   NOVA
   PCOM
   KC COM
                 Service
 Medical missions
 Immunization Outreach Clinics
 Community pediatrics boards
    Parent-Child Center of Tulsa
    Immunization Coalition
            Future Goals
 Establish an adolescent clinic
 Establish an alumni foundation and
  mentoring program
 Original research
 Increase publications
 Encourage subspecialists to OSU-Medical
  Center
              OSU Graduates
   Types of Practice

     Primary care       Academic Medicine
     Subspecialty       Hospitalist
     Military           Public Health
     Indian Health
      Service
              OSU Graduates

   Locations of
    practice
     Oklahoma         Mississippi
                       Arkansas
     Missouri
                       Texas
     Florida
                       New York
     Pennsylvania
                       Wisconsin
     Arizona
                       Connecticut
     Tennessee
              OSU Graduates
   Fellowships
     Neonatology
     Developmental
     Forensic Pediatrics
     Public Health
     Radiology
        On Call Schedules
 Month Block Nights
 Weekends divided between residents
 Holidays divided between residents
       Fast Track Internship
 Meets AOA requirements for internship
 Complete residence program in three
  years
 Variety of experiences
 Pediatric emphasis on core rotations
           Example Intern Year
   Pediatric Floor/Nursery
   NICU
   ER
   Block Nights/Floor
   Ambulatory
   Ob/gyn
   Pediatric Surgery
   Internal Medicine
   Electives

				
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