Family Medicine Program
ABOUT OUR PROGRAM
The Family Medicine Residency Program at Northeastern Health System is a three-year AOA accredited postgraduate program and is a part of the OMECO OPTI . The program will seek osteopathic recognition in the Single Accreditation System. Residents are trained to provide quality patient care in the context of rural, family, and community health care in both the hospital and ambulatory care settings. Ambulatory care and comprehensive family medical services are at the core of our training.
Residents are exposed to in-patient care through the in-house teaching service at Northeastern Health System. Residents also receive patient care training at the W.W. Hastings Medicine Clinic, learning ambulatory care through interaction with a defined set of patients. Residents are given the opportunity to extend their knowledge and skills to all areas of primary care through electives. The Program offers a well-rounded, quality training program to prepare each trainee for a successful career in Family Medicine.
An applicant must:
- Be a U.S. citizen or non-citizen/foreign national with permanent resident visa.
- Have graduated from an AOA accredited College of Osteopathic Medicine.
- Be or become a member of the AOA and ACOFP. Memberships must be maintained throughout the residency training.
- Become licensed to practice in the state of Oklahoma, when eligible.
PGY-1 APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
- Must submit an application through ERAS
- An Official Transcript from an accredited College of Osteopathic Medicine
- Must have passed COMLEX I, II CE and II PE
- Three Letters of Recommendation
- Dean’s Letter of Recommendation with Current GPA and Class Ranking
- Personal Statement
- Curriculum Vitae
RESIDENT SERVICE GRID
|TCV, Anesthesia, Urology, Radiology||1/2 month each|
|ENT, Geriatrics, Procedures, Orthopedics||1 month each|
|Critical Care||1 month|
|Emergency Medicine||3 months|
|Internal Medicine||8 months|
- Core and Elective Rotations
- Family Medicine Continuity Clinics
- Hospital Teaching Service
- House Officer
- Weekly Didactic Program/Academics
- Specialty Lectures and Scholarly Activities
- Morning Report
- Medical Staff Meetings
- Yearly ACOFP In-Service Resident Exam
- Research and Scholarly Activities
- ACOFP Research Seminar (during PGY-2 or PGY-3)
- PGY-1 $48,000
- PGY-2 $49,000
- PGY-3 $50,000
15 days per year
5 days per year
Health, Dental and Vision Premiums for the Resident are paid by Northeastern Health System.
(Unused amounts will rollover from year to year, but must be used by the end of PGY-3 or any amount left will be lost and may not be cashed out.)
- PGY-1 $1,500
- PGY-2 $1,000
- PGY-3 $2,000
Professional Dues Paid by Northeastern Health System
- AOA (Dues paid for 3 years)
- Oklahoma Medical License fees for PGY-2 & PGY-3
- OBNDD fee once licensed
- DEA fee once licensed
- Professional Liability Insurance
- Board Exam Fee
- BLS, ACLS, and PALS training paid by NHS if taken onsite
- On Duty meals provided by NHS
- House Officer sleep rooms onsite
- Monogrammed Lab Coats
- Clinical Key Access
- Access to OSUCOM online Library and Electronic Resources