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

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Mission: Medical School

At Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences, recruiting physicians for rural and underserved Oklahoma begins in high school. Events like Operation Orange and Med-Xtravaganza let high school students from across the state experience what it's like in medical school. This effort to recruit more future physicians is another way OSU-CHS is ensuring a healthier future for our state.

TahlequahStudents at Operation Orange in Tahlequah get hands-on experience with parts of the central nervous system.
TahlequahStudents at Operation Orange in Ada learn about intubation.
SuturesParticipants at Operation Orange in Lawton learn how to suture a wound from Scott Stroshine, MS-II, i
EnidLuanne Vo, MS-II, shows a high school student how to insert a tube into the trachea at Operation Orange in Enid.
TahlequahStudents learn about checking heart and lungs at Operation Orange in Tahlequah (above) and Lawton (right).
Lawton




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