Teaching Rural Family Medicine to Our Residents

A Word from Our Residency Coordinator

As the Residency Coordinator it excites me that you have shown enough interest in our program to visit our web page. I can tell you that our program offers may opportunities that many programs can't offer. Being a rural family medicine residency we are the first line of defense for the care of our patient. We also are an unopposed program meaning that our residents get first hand experience that is sometimes not found in larger programs. As a medical student you will also get first hand experience as most of your rotations here you will be one-on-one with an attending physician. We also enjoy enormous support of staff and faculty at the hospital who are more than eager to teach.

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Chris Humble - Residency Coordinator

Office: (580) 920-8082

Fax: (580) 920-8084

[email protected]


  • CORE site for OSU
  • CORE site for KCUMB
  • Community hospital 1 and 2 for OSU
  • Electives
  • Rural Family Medicine
  • General Surgery
  • Internal Medicine / ICU
  • Obstetrics / Woman's Center
  • Pediatrics
  • Wound Care


  • Affiliation agreement between school and MCSO
  • Clerkship application
  • Letter of good standing from medical school
  • Proof of immunizations or titers, including influenza vaccine, and current negative PPD, or negative chest film radiology report
  • Background check done within in one year from rotation request
  • Negative urine drug screen within the last six months. (Can be done at this hospital during orientation)
  • Proof of HIPPA compliance training
  • Proof of ACLS, and BLS training
  • Proof of malpractice coverage

Student Housing

Housing for Medical Students during rotations at Alliance Health Durant is arranged by Durant Family Medicine Clinic. Full information regarding housing is available from our Residency Coordinator, Chris Humble, who may be reached at [email protected] or phone (580) 920-8082

Student Orientation

Coming Soon