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

OMECO/OSU-CHS Psychiatry Residency

Overview

    The OSU Psychiatry Residency Program is an ACGME accredited program designed to accommodate the individual learning needs of osteopathic physicians.  The Psychiatry Residency is a 4-year Post Graduate Medical program [PGYI-IV]. Our program has 20 approved slots and is focused on comprehensive psychiatric care.  The residency focuses on both inpatient and outpatient aspects of patient care and the enhancement of clinical credentials in specific areas.

    Application

    Applicants will be considered only with the completion of an application through the Electronic Residency Application Services (ERAS) for the 2018 application year.  Interviews for the program typically start in September and are normally completed by November.  Applications must include:
    • an official transcript from an accredited College of Osteopathic Medicine
    • all National Board scores for exams taken to date
    • three letters of recommendation
    • Dean’s letter of recommendation with current GPA and class ranking

    The residency application must be submitted through the ERAS program. For more information please contact:
    Camillia Estes, B.S.
    Residency Coordinator
    918-561-8432
    918-561-8428 fax
    k.estes@okstate.edu

    Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science
    Psychiatry Residency Program
    Oklahoma State University 
    College of Osteopathic Medicine
    1111 West 17th Street
    Tulsa, OK 74107
    Please click the link below for audition rotation information: http://www.healthsciences.okstate.edu/medicaleducation/clinical/visiting.php

Benefits & Positions

ACGME Approved Positions

  • PGY I          5
  • PGY II        5
  • PGY III       5
  • PGY IV       5

Salary: $47,500 per year for PGY 1-4
Benefits

  • Sick and vacation leave
  • Employee medical/dental insurance – no cost to residents.
  • Family medical and dental available – optional retirement program. - (If you are employed with the State after residency your residency time counts towards retirement).
  • Moonlighting available for fully licensed residents per program policy.
  • Research opportunities available.

Clinical facilities

OSU Medical Center
Rotations:

  • Outpatient Pediatrics
  • Outpatient Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • Consultation Liaison Psychiatry

The country's largest single site osteopathic hospital, OSU Medical Center (formerly TRMC), is located just blocks from the main College campus.
What began as Oklahoma Osteopathic Hospital by a group of pioneering D.O.s in 1944 has grown to become one of the nation’s largest osteopathic health care centers. OSUMC is a flagship hospital in eastern Oklahoma. Licensed for 426 beds, with premier emergency and outpatient programs, it is poised for great outreach and growth in the 21st century.
OSUMC is committed to quality patient care. Because the medical center sees a wide variety of high acuity cases, the postgraduate training programs are seen as a critical priority by the medical center staff and administration.
Annually, OSUMC:

  • admits over 13,000 patients
  • experiences over 30,000 emergency room visits
  • experiences over 25,000 outpatient visits
  • performs nearly 4,000 surgi-center (outpatient)
  • performs nearly 3,500 inpatient procedures

Staff physicians have trained at some of the nation's most prestigious medical institutions and have a high regard for their personal role in postgraduate education.  Internships and residency positions in many different disciplines are available. OSUMC is significantly involved in clinical training for medical students, nurses, therapists and technicians from several area schools and colleges.

Tulsa Center for Behavioral Health (TCBH)

Rotations:

  • Inpatient Psychiatry
  • Emergency Psychiatry

Adult Crisis Centers provide non-hospital emergency services for adults 18 and older with mental health, substance abuse or co-occurring issues. Consumers may be admitted up to three days with services including, but not limited to, observation, evaluation, emergency treatment and referral, when necessary, for inpatient psychiatric or substance abuse services.

Family and Children's Services

Rotation:

  • Child and Adolescent

Since its founding in 1925 as the Family Welfare Society, Family and Children's Services has been devoted to strengthening families and being a force of good in the community. Over the years, the range of services provided has grown, but the commitment to excellent, compassionate care and counseling has never wavered. Today, Family & Children’s Services provides hope and healing to over 110,000 individuals each year, or one in six Tulsans. From helping families in crisis, to serving people struggling with mental illness, addiction and homelessness, they are constantly evolving to address the unique issues our neighbors face.

Eastern Oklahoma VA Health Care System

Rotations:

  • Ambulatory Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Internal Medicine Service
  • Neurology
  • Inpatient Psychiatry
  • Geriatric Psychiatry

The Eastern Oklahoma VA Health Care System (EOVAHCS) serves more than 47,000 Veterans in 25 counties in eastern Oklahoma.

EOVAHCS operates the Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center in Muskogee, Okla. which has 89 operating beds, including inpatient behavioral health and inpatient rehabilitation. EOVAHCS also operates an outpatient clinic at the Muskogee facility, behavioral medicine clinics in Muskogee and Tulsa and community based outpatient clinics in Tulsa, Hartshorne, and Vinita, Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Forensic Center

Rotation:  Forensic Psychiatry
The largest inpatient behavioral health facility in the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services system. It is located in a rural area of Oklahoma, about 60 miles northeast of Tulsa, and serves all 77 counties of Oklahoma as the only inpatient forensic facility. The agency has approximately 200 inpatient beds on eight separate units, housing persons who have been found incompetent for adjudication or adjudicated as Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity. In addition, OFC provides outpatient evaluations of adjudicative competency for 14 counties, including the two largest counties in Oklahoma (Oklahoma and Tulsa counties).  OFC has recently moved into a newly constructed building which contains intern office space, a mock courtroom, group rooms, and other beneficial treatment facilities.

Residency Curriculum

See our brochure for information about the residency curriculum.

Current Residents

    PGY2

        • Dustin Smith, D.O.
          • Medical School: Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
            Undergrad: Arkansas State University
            Major: Bachelor Science in Interdisciplinary studies major 
            Hometown: Brookland, AR
            Hobbies: Hunting, fishing, metal detecting. Anything outside. 
        • Jennifer Brady, D.O.
          • Medical School: Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
            Undergrad: Emporia State University in Emporia, KS
            Major:  Biology with a concentration in Molecular, Cellular and Microbiology
            Hometown: Wichita, KS
            Hobbies: Cooking, eating, fitness, music
        • Brandy Kalami, M.A., D.O.
          • Medical School: Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
            Undergrad: University of Oklahoma
            Major: Anthropology
          • Grad: University of Oklahoma
          • Major: French Literature
            Hometown: Chickasha, OK
            Hobbies: Hiking, Exploring, Traveling, Shopping, Reading, Trying New Foods, Gardening, Lifting Weights, Walking the Dog, Touring Tulsa's Art Deco Architecture
        • Heather Jones, D.O.
          • Medical School: Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
            Undergrad: Northeastern State University
            Major: Environmental Management/Special Education
            Hometown: Muskogee, OK
            Hobbies:  Camping, gardening, spending time with my family
        • David Peyok, D.O.
          • Medical School: Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
            Undergrad: The University of Colorado
            Major: ‎Biology (premed)
            Graduate: The University of Colorado
            Degrees: Masters of Science Healthcare ‎Administration and Masters Business Administration
            Hometown: ‎ Arvada, CO
            Hobbies: Sailing, Hockey (ice), Killing Xbox Zombies

     PGYI

        • Anjula Ceesay, D.O.
          • Medical School: Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
            Undergrad: Northeastern State University
            Major: Cellular Biology
            Hometown: Glenpool, OK
            Hobbies: Cooking and Gardening
        • David Hogg, D.O.
          • Medical School: Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
            Undergrad: University of California at Santa Barbara
            Major: Zoology
            Hometown: Santa Barbara, CA
            Hobbies: Woodworking, reading, fitness and archery
        • Matthew Sharp, D.O.
          • Medical School: Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
          • Undergrad: Oklahoma Christian University
            Major: Biology
            Hometown: Guthrie, OK
            Hobbies: Spanish, Cooking, Music, Film Production, Electronic Arts
        • Tiffany Scheuplein, D.O.
          • Medical School: Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
          • Undergrad: University of Oklahoma
            Major: Microbiology, minor in Chemistry and Biochemistry
            Hometown: Edmond, OK
            Hobbies: crafting, restoring furniture, and watching movies
        • Reagan Gill, D.O.
          • Medical School: Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
            Undergrad: University of Oklahoma
            Major: Multidisciplinary Studies with a focus in Biological Sciences
            Hometown: Claremore, OK
            Hobbies: Trying new coffee recipes, taking road trips, and rollerblading

Faculty and Staff

Jason Beaman, D.O., M.S., M.P.H., FAPA
Chair, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Editor In Chief, Oklahoma State Medical Proceedings
Director, OSU Psychiatry TeleECHO
Clinical Assistant Professor

Alicia Ford, Ph.D., M.S.
Clinical Assistant Professor

Shannon Hillier, D.O., M.P.H.
Clinical Assistant Professor

Samuel Martin, M.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor

Anna Mazur, Ph.D., H.S.P.
Clinical Assistant Professor

David Ross, M.D.
Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor

Vivian Stevens, Ph.D.
Professor

Matt Vassar, Ph.D.
Clinical Assistant Professor

Kimberlee Wilson, D.O., M.S.
Clinical Assistant Professor


Staff

Camillia Estes, B.S.
Residency Coordinator
Psychiatry Residency Program
918-561-8432
918-561-8428 fax
k.estes@okstate.edu

Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science
Psychiatry Residency Program
Oklahoma State University 
College of Osteopathic Medicine
1111 West 17th Street
Tulsa, OK 74107

 

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