July 10, 2014
Majority of OSU-COM graduates select primary care residencies
For the eighth consecutive year, at least 50 percent of the OSU-COM graduating class will enter a primary care residency program.
Thirty-one graduates will enter an Oklahoma-based primary care residency with 11 physicians heading to rural programs in Durant, Enid, McAlester, Tahlequah and Talihina. Of the 66 Oklahomans in the class, 39 are remaining within the state to complete residency training and 25 of those are selecting a primary care specialty.
The OSU Center for Rural Health recently created an interactive map showing the Class of 2014’s residency training locations across the nation.