Stephenson Cancer Center at OU Medicine is participating in two clinical trials sponsored by the National Cancer Institute that will investigate the health of patients with cancer who are infected with the COVID-19 virus.
Physicians at OU Medicine in Oklahoma City and Tulsa are offering telehealth visits in 77 medical specialties for both adults and children, representing nearly every specialty available. Telehealth visits are available for both existing and new patients.
OU Medicine and its academic partner, the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, are restoring all healthcare services in a phased schedule designed to keep patients, visitors, healthcare providers and staff safe from COVID-19 infection.
The Children’s Hospital at OU Medicine restoring all healthcare services in a phased process with extensive safety protocols.
The award recognizes OU College of Medicine faculty members for excellence in teaching.
OU Medicine, the OU Health Sciences Center and the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation collaborated to create a new test for COVID-19 using technology and reagents from Fluidigm Corporation, an innovative biotechnology tools provider.