INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center

INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center

As the state's largest not-for-profit and Oklahoma-owned health care system, INTEGRIS has twelve entities across the state designed to help improve the health of the people and communities that we serve.  Our centers of excellence (fertility, cancer, heart, rehab, stroke, sleep disorders, transplant, burn, neuromuscular and breast health) use state-of-the-art technology and are led by highly skilled, experiences and caring individuals who are committed to staying at the forefront of best practices in patient care. INTEGRIS is also a proud member of the Mayo Clinical Care Network which offers our providers a renowned resource to compliment the innovative and leading edge care patients have grown to expect from INTEGRIS. The primary site for our medical student rotations will be INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center.

INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center

Site Focus:

  • Emergency Medicine

School Affiliations

  • Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • KCU College of Osteopathic Medicine

Hospital Statistics

  • Total Beds - 334
  • Admissions - 11,610
  • ER Visits - 76,099
  • Births - 1,182
  • Inpatient Surgeries - 1,972
  • Outpatient Surgeries - 2,701
  • DOs on Staff - 134
  • MDs on Staff - 361
  • PhDs on Staff – 4                                                         

Third-Year Clerkships

  • Family Medicine (1 month) - Outpatient
  • Internal Medicine (2 months) - Inpatient/Outpatient
  • Ob/Gyn (1 month) - Inpatient
  • Pediatrics (1 month) - Inpatient
  • Psychiatry (1 month) - Inpatient
  • Surgery (2 months) - Inpatient/Outpatient

This site schedules clinical experiences in one month increments.

Third-Year Selectives

  • Cardiology
  • Critical Care
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Family Medicine
  • Gastroenterology
  • Internal Medicine
  • Nephrology
  • Ob/Gyn
  • Pediatric Critical Care
  • Pediatrics
  • Psychiatry
  • Pulmonary Medicine
  • Radiation Oncology
  • Surgery

Fourth-Year Clerkships

  • Emergency Medicine
  • Gastroenterology
  • Nephrology
  • Pediatric Critical Care
  • Pediatrics
  • Pulmonary Medicine
  • Radiation Oncology

Residency Information

  • Emergency Medicine
  • Family Medicine
  • Radiology
  • Fellowship in Hand Surgery

Resources & Benefits

  • Facility Resources: Students will have access to computers, internet, lounge, medical library, medical records, phones and printers while on duty at the hospital
  • Meal Benefits: Meal cards are provided with a $20 daily limit
  • Visiting Student Housing: Housing unavailable at this time

Duties & Opportunities

  • Student Duties: Students are required to participate in weekly rounds as assigned
  • Didactic Opportunities: Students are required to participate in all available opportunities
  • OMT/OPP Opportunities: Opportunities for skill development in OMT/OPP are provided in the clinical setting during family medicine experiences

Unique Site Characteristics

  • Background check and drug screen required annually
  • NBOME COMAT Subject Exams are proctored at this core site
  • Global Track Students must communicate third-year clerkship obligations to site as soon as the Clerkship Match Process is finalized
  • Military Track Students must communicate third-year clerkship obligations to site as soon as the Clerkship Match Process is finalized
  • MMR vaccines (2) or positive titer and varicella vaccines (2) or positive titer required
  • Orientation provided on the first day at core site
  • Rotation verification form and confidentiality agreement required
  • TB screening required annually (two-step)
  • TB Mask Fit offered on-site
  • Travel may be required for third-year Clinical Skills Assessment (CSA)

Additions or changes to this site's information may occur at any time - information last updated 10/4/19

Contact Information

  • KCU Clinical Clerkship Coordinator: Jake Jagneaux
  • Core Site Contact: Cindi Ruegge
  • Medical Director, Education: Chelsey Gilbertson, DO
  • Clerkship Director: Heidi Metheny, DO