Emergency Medicine Residency

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Emergency Medicine Residency at INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center

INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center is one of the busiest emergency departments in the state of Oklahoma. We treat more than 80,000 patients per year, and our numbers just continue to grow. As an unopposed residency we run all codes and perform all EM procedures in the hospital. Along with our high volume and high acuity patient population, we are second to none in our academic endeavors. Annually, our residents present at multiple national conferences, participate in health changing quality improvement projects and are recognized as high performers on the in-training exam.  

Our residency department houses 22 acute care bed (including three resuscitation bays), six fast track beds, and six observation beds. We are level two trauma center that takes all level two trauma in the area on a rotating basis. INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center is a certified stroke center. The department of emergency medicine also recently received a VHA center of excellence award for throughput time.

Simply put, train with us and you can work anywhere!

Mission Statement

Our mission is to improve the healthcare of the people and the community we serve by providing excellent emergency medical education and patient centered care.  We will provide quality and compassionate care while ensuring the needs of our patients supersede all others.

Educational Goals of the Program

The goal of the Emergency Medicine Residency Program is to train physicians to practice state of the art emergency medicine in a compassionate and scholarly manner.  The training experience will include increasing responsibility for increasingly complex medical conditions with the expectation that the resident will, by the completion of the program, be able to provide competent and complete emergency patient care.  It is expected that graduates of this program shall be qualified and eligible to sit for the certification examination in Emergency Medicine provided by the American Osteopathic Board of Emergency Medicine (AOBEM) and by the American Board of Emergency Medicine (ABEM).

Participating in the NRMP Match for 2022
ACGME Program Code: 1103900196

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Contact Us

If you would like more information on the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center, please email Jake Cleveland at

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