From the October 2015 edition of the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association's Oklahoma D.O., Kent Smith, Ph.D., discusses the outreach efforts by OSU CHS to increase the number of Native Americans in medicine and science. His article begins on page 20.
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According to the United Health Foundation Oklahoma ranks 49th in the nation for the number of primary care doctors. Of the 77 counties in the state, 64 have a shortage of health providers. Telemedicine is helping doctors reach more patients especially in rural areas and new regarding virtual doctors’ visits could change the way all of us visit our physicians in the future. This story aired on the ONR on OETA-The Oklahoma Network.
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Jeff Hackler, Chair of the Department of Rural Health at OSU Center for Health Sciences, discusses the need for more physicians in rural Oklahoma with host Sam Jones on Rogers State University's "Perspectives" in this video.