Located on the west bank of the Arkansas River, just minutes from downtown Tulsa, the OSU Center for Health Sciences campus is housed in a modern, four-building complex on 16 acres.
The complex consists of:
- basic and clinical science teaching laboratories
- research areas
- lecture halls
- break-out rooms
- a medical bookstore
- a medical library
- a fitness center
Interstate Highway 244 borders the campus and provides
convenient access to the center.
The Phoenix Building across from the main campus houses the Oklahoma
Rural Health Policy and Research Center and the Area Health Education Center program office.
Health Care Center
The OSU Health Care Center, located on six acres one-half mile south
of the main campus, serves as both a teaching clinic for students and
a health care resource for the community.
At this comprehensive clinic, faculty physicians, resident physicians, and osteopathic medical students treat more than 20,000 patients annually. The Health Care Center provides essential health care to
people in the community, and also ensures that student-doctors are able to treat a large and varied patient load.
The Health Care Center includes 37 patient examining rooms, radiology lab, student learning center, physician offices, and offers services in general health care; osteopathic manipulative therapy; psychiatry and behavioral medicine; diabetes foot care; and a women's health center.