University of Oklahoma Department of Internal Medicine Residency Program

department pic croppedAs the largest medical center in the state and a renowned regional referral center, the University of Oklahoma trains leaders in both private practice and academic Internal Medicine. As reflected by our 3-year ABIM certification examination pass rate of 98%, the program provides outstanding training in the fundamental skills and knowledge that make a successful career in a wide variety of settings including inpatient o outpatient, private to academic, and general medicine to subspecialties.

At the University of Oklahoma, we offer a balance of inpatient, critical care, and ambulatory training experiences in two distinct hospital settings. The moderate size of our program allows personal attention to each resident to ensure career goals are achievable. As you consider your future career, schedules are designed to provide maximum exposure to our many subspecialties. Residents can devote more than three months to electives that include subspecialty, faculty mentored research, and community and global health rotations.

Our campus is a thriving, energetic center for academic excellence. We share expansive resources that are offered by being one of only four comprehensive academic health centers in the nation with seven professional colleges on a single campus. Stephenson Cancer Center (https://stephensoncancercenter.org/) is a NCI-designated cancer center. Also on campus, Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation (www.omrf.org) is one of the largest and oldest nonprofit medical research institutions in the US.

We invite applications from prospective graduates of LCME-approved medical schools. Applicants for categorical, preliminary, and medicine-pediatric positions should participate in the Electronic Residency Application Service: www.aamc.org/eras.