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List and profile of top medical colleges in Oklahoma, including postal codes, mailing address, official website, M.D. curriculum information and teaching hospitals within the state of Oklahoma. Screenshot for each medical program is also included. See below for brief information of each medical school and related resources on the Internet about Oklahoma and medical education.
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Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences

Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences

Teaching Hospitals Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences
Primary teaching hospitals affiliated with this medical school where clinical teaching or training is carried out.
Teaching hospitals Integris Southwest Medical Center, Oklahoma State University (OSU) Medical Center.
Curriculum Address: 1111 W 17th St, Tulsa, OK 74107
(Data appear as originally submitted by this school.)
Four-year M.D. program curriculum Curriculum is student-centered; hands-on experience, problem-based and small group learning. Training in all areas of medicine, also osteopathic manipulation. First year: biomedical sciences; second year: case-based learning and problem solving as it relates to conditions seen in primary care; third and fourth years: clinical rotations in hospitals in urban and rural areas.

University of Oklahoma College of Medicine

University of Oklahoma College of Medicine

Teaching Hospitals University of Oklahoma College of Medicine
Primary teaching hospitals affiliated with this medical school where clinical teaching or training is carried out.
Teaching hospitals Hillcrest Medical Center, OU Medical Center, Saint Francis Hospital, St. John Medical Center, Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
Curriculum Address: Stanton L Young Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK 73117
(Data appear as originally submitted by this school.)
Four-year M.D. program curriculum The curriculum consists of 2 years of basic sciences and 2 in clinical sciences. The first 2 years are complemented by a Web-based curriculum. First year courses provide a strong basic science foundation, and second-year classes form a bridge leading into the clinical portion of the curriculum. The curriculum provides early exposure to patients. The clinical program provides training at two sites.

Attractions in Oklahoma

Oklahoma City

There are still many relics from the days of the Wild West in the capital, Oklahoma City. The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum is one of the best museums in the United States dealing with this period. In addition, numerous horse shows take place here and once a year there is the Red Earth Festival. It is one of the largest Indian shows in the United States. The small town of Guthrie lies north of the city and was built in just 24 hours. Today the entire city is a listed building.

Tulsa

The city of Tulsa came to prosperity and wealth from the oil discoveries in the 1920s. The city's landmark is the “Golden Driller”, a giant statue of an oil worker. The city's prosperity can still be seen today. Many art deco buildings and magnificent villas adorn the cityscape. At the same time, the city is also the birthplace of the famous Route 66. Around 644 kilometers of this legendary road run through Oklahoma. A road trip on the "Mother Road" should not be missed. There are numerous attractions here, such as the nostalgic petrol station, museums, the Capitol and the Pops Arcadia with its world's largest beverage bottle.

Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve

These high grass prairie landscapes are located in the border area with Kansas. This section serves as a retreat for numerous animals. Numerous hiking trails lead through the area and past numerous limestone ranch buildings. You should visit this region in autumn, because then the grasses grow up to your head. Although the bison were almost extinct here, there are now protected herds of bison. In the meantime, there are again over 100 animals that can be observed here. However, you should keep a little distance, because the animals react aggressively when they are threatened.

Oklahoma Municipal Zoo and Botanical Garden

Around 2,100 animals live here in the 45-hectare park. There is, among other things, a pride of lions, gorillas, chimpanzees, a butterfly garden and a train that travels through this area. Animal lovers should not miss the visit.

The Harn Homestead and 1889ers Museum

The Harn Homestead and 1889ers Museum in Oklahoma City gives visitors a glimpse of another era. The pioneering farm includes buildings, a homestead, a barn, and a school.

No other state embodies the Wild West like Oklahoma. If you want to travel through time, you should definitely visit the state. The proportion of indigenous people is the highest in the United States, along with California. Some jazz centers with Indian, Asian and Mexican influences are also known here. Many festivals take place in Bartlesville. The best known is the Mozart Festival. It is considered the event of classical music in the southern United States.

History of Oklahoma

The name Oklahoma originally comes from the Indians who called the country "Okla homma", land of the red people ". In 1907, the state was incorporated into the United States as the 46th state. In 1803, U.S. President Thomas Jefferson bought a very large area between Mississippi and the Rocky Mountains from the French Emperor Napoleon. The country was supposed to serve as a retreat for the Indians who were resettled here or who already lived here. But more and more settlers came to the country, although it was actually forbidden for whites. Today, most of the Native Americans living in the United States still live in Oklahoma.

It is also interesting that many settlers had German roots. You can still tell that from the German last name. The settlement by German settlers peaked in the second half of the 19th century. The nation was able to grow very quickly through hard work and hard work. Due to the two world wars, however, many had to hide their origin from Germany. It was only in the mid-1960s that culture from Germany was cultivated again.

During the Second World War, numerous military facilities were created here, which created jobs. The best-known military facility was Tinker Air Force Base. It was also used during the Cold War. It wasn't until 1967 that Oklahoma was forced to lift the ban on intermarriage. This ban, in which African Americans were not allowed to marry other members of other races, was unique in the United States.


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