OSU Medical Center
This is a three-year subspecialty training program designed to develop the analytical and procedural skills required to excel as a clinical gastroenterologist.
The program emphasizes a comprehensive knowledge of gastrointestinal anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology.
Applicants should be board certified or eligible in internal medicine. A letter of recommendation from your program director and consent to discuss your performance may/will be requested. We encourage you to submit a completed application as soon as possible. The required documentation listed below must be submitted before an interview will be granted.
THE FOLLOWING WILL BE REQUIRED:
A complete AOA application for post graduate education.
Three letters of recommendation from physicians who have observed you during your internal medicine training or clinical practice.
A letter of recommendation from your program director(s).
A copy of your current medial license to practice.
A copy of part I, II and III and COMPLEX or USMLE board scores.
An official osteopathic medical school transcript to include GPA & class rank.
A personal statement regarding your interest in gastroenterology.
A document that includes a return address for regular mail, an e-mail address, phone numbers to contact you, your AOA number, and a passport size picture.
Attached you will find an AOA universal application (click here for application) for the gastroenterology fellowship. Our OSU Medical Center website for postgraduate programs is www.osumc.net. Please call if you have any questions regarding the application process at (918) 599-5420. Mail your completed application and materials to the following address:
Oklahoma State University Medical Center
c/o Office of Medical Education
744 W. 9th Street
Tulsa, Ok 74127
Once again, we thank you for your interest in our gastroenterology fellowship.
For Fellowship Information, contact:
Brenda J. Davidson, M.S.