INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center

The INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center has been a vital and growing part of the Oklahoma City community since its beginning in 1965. Formerly known as South Community Hospital, the facility has grown from a 73-bed community hospital to a comprehensive medical center offering a full range of medical, support and rehabilitation services with 344 beds.

The James R Daniel Stroke Center, INTEGRIS Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Hospital, the MJ & S Elizabeth Schwartz Sleep Discoders Center, Breast Health Imaging Center, INTEGRIS Cancer Institute, MDA Neuromuscular Center and INTEGRIS Heart Hospital are INTEGRIS Health Centers of Excellence on the INTEGRIS Southwest campus. Each of these facilities uses state-of-the-art technology in its battle against illness and is led by highly skilled, experienced and caring individuals who are committed to staying at the forefront of medical technology to give patients the best care available.

INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center

 

Site Focus:

Emergency Medicine

School Affiliations

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

Hospital Statistics

  • Bed Capacity - 334
  • Operational Beds - 281
  • Occupancy - 64.35%
  • Admissions - 11,610
  • ER Visits - 76,099
  • Births - 1,182
  • Inpatient Surgery - 1,972
  • Outpatient Surgery - 2,701
  • DOs on Staff - 134
  • MDs on Staff - 361
  • PhDs on Staff – 4                                                         

Third-Year Clerkships

  • Family Medicine (1 block) Outpatient
  • Internal Medicine (2 blocks) Inpatient
  • Surgery (2 blocks) Inpatient
  • Ob/Gyn (1 block) Inpatient/Outpatient
  • Pediatrics (1 block) Outpatient
  • Psychiatry (1 block) Outpatient-Day

This site schedules clinical experiences in one-month increments.

Third-Year Selectives

  • Cardiology
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Family Medicine
  • Internal Medicine
  • Nephrology
  • Ob/Gyn
  • Oncology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Pulmonary/Sleep Medicine
  • Radiation Oncology
  • Radiology
  • Surgery

Fourth-Year Clerkships

  • Cardiology
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Family Medicine
  • Internal Medicine
  • Ob/Gyn
  • Surgery
  • as well as various sub-specialties

Residency Information

  • Emergency Medicine

Resources & Benefits

  • Facility Resources: Students will have access to the medical library, computers, internet, printers and phones while on duty at the hospital.
  • Meal Benefits: All meals are provided while on duty.
  • Visiting Student Housing: Housing is not available to students at this time.

Duties & Opportunities

  • Student Duties: Students are required to participate in night call, weekend call and weekend rounds.
  • Didactic Opportunities: Students are required to participate in noon lectures and daily patient rounds.
  • OMT/OPP Opportunities: Opportunities for skill development in OMT/OPP are provided in the clinical setting during family medicine experiences.

Site Specifics

  • Background Check and Drug Screen is required for third year only
  • TB Screening is required annually
  • Orientation is provided on the first day of the clerkship
  • Rotation Verification Form and Confidentiality Agreement required

Contact Information