In 2012, the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine at OSU Center for Health Sciences increased enrollment in each medical school class to 115 students to help address Oklahoma’s physician shortage. The A.R and Marylouise Tandy Medical Academic Building will provide expanded clinical skills labs, a new osteopathic manipulative medicine lab, classrooms, lecture hall, conference facilities and student study space to accommodate this increased enrollment.
The Tandy Medical Academic Building will also facilitate training, educational programs and camps for thousands of medical residents, nurses, emergency services personnel and other health care professionals from across the state, as well as students from public, private and charter schools.
OSU-CHS, in partnership with its eight OSU Physicians Clinics and OSU Medical Center, serves more than 240,000 patients each year. The Tandy Medical Academic Building will enable OSU-CHS to impact health care for citizens in northeastern Oklahoma and across the entire state.
Anticipated completion date: 2017
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