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A Great Place to Receive Care.
Orthopedic patients find world-class treatment for complex musculoskeletal conditions provided by Orthopedic & Trauma Service of Oklahoma. Many of our patients are transferred to Tulsa from other healthcare facilities that are unable to handle these complex fractures.
Orthopedic & Trauma Service of Oklahoma is available around the clock because serious accidents and complex bone injuries don’t adhere to any schedule. We practice and cover orthopedic trauma at St. John Medical Center and St. Francis Health System in Tulsa, and some surgeries are done at Oklahoma Surgical Hospital.
Our team focuses on optimal results in patient treatment, recovery and rehabilitation. Some of the multi-trauma injuries we treat include the following fractures:
• Shoulder and humerus
• Elbow fractures and dislocations
• Wrist and forearm
• Pelvis, hip and acetabulum
• Tibia and fibula
• Talus/calcaneus/midfoot and toes
We also specialize in complex cases with non-unions, infection, bone loss, segmented defects and mal-unions. Often, we get referrals from physicians in the OK-MO-KS-AR region for cases that require additional surgery to repair those fractures that just won't heal.
Growth through learning and teaching
The physicians of Orthopedic & Trauma Services of Oklahoma also sponsor and teach the Orthopedic Trauma Fellowship of Oklahoma, a one year fellowship for residents who have graduated from an accredited orthopedic surgery residency program. The Fellow is a University of Oklahoma College of Medicine employee with University resident benefits. More information about the fellowship can be found at the website HERE.