Oklahoma Primary Care Association
Strengthening access to affordable community-based health care through advocacy, education and technical assistance.
What We Do
Oklahoma Primary Care Association (OKPCA) is dedicated to providing assistance to members, partners and the public on community health centers and safety-net providers across the state. The association assists Oklahomans through various community outreach and advocacy activities. Additionally, OKPCA provides educational and technical assistance services to members and other health care providers across the state. The association focuses on developing communities and providing assistance to Boards that keep safety-net providers in the state. OKPCA provides support to communities for medical, dental and behavioral health recruitment and retention activities, along with continuing education and assistance on clinical quality and health information technology standards. Get more information by downloading our brochure. For more information visit www.okpca.org
Oklahoma Academy of Family Physicians
Build a strong Oklahoma
Your Voice Matters
Be your Best
We are Stronger Together
Make a Difference
Medical students become family physicians because they want to provide the full breadth of medicine to their patients.
What we offer
Be a part of something big
CME is more than a requirement.
It’s the core of what being a family physician is all about.
To learn more visit www.okafp.org
Oklahoma Association of Clinical Nurse Specialists
Mission Statement (New in Oct 2015)
To enhance and promote the unique and multifaceted contribution of the Clinical Nurse Specialist to population health from wellness to acute care;
to advance the practice of nursing;
and to improve the effectiveness of healthcare systems.
to address topics impacting the advance practice of the CNS
to increase visibility of CNSs through participation on appropriate state and local committees
to act as a resource group and provide continuing education programs for the CNS
- to support the coalition of advanced practice groups, such as CNSs, ARNPs, CRNAs and CNMs.
To learn more about joining as a member, events, news, and career opportunities visit www.oacns.org
The Resource Center contains information that is important to the Physician Assistant practicing in Oklahoma. For more information on resources for/on membership and benefits, events, students, legislative, physicians, leadership and resources visit www.okpa.org To contact email at OAPA.
Oklahoma Orthopedic Association
An Oklahoma Corporation and a true voluntary professional association, it continues to exist to promote the causes, purposes, and goals of the osteopathic profession in Oklahoma. It is a state organization OF physicians of osteopathic medicine (DOs), BY osteopathic physicians, and FOR osteopathic physicians. The OOA premise that the individual's interests are best served with a unified effort and support in an Association. Nearly all Oklahoma's 1,962 DOs, as well as 293 residents, 5 interns and 360 osteopathic medical students are members of the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association.
For more information on benefits on/for members, students/residents, legislation, events , CME, affiliations and career center visit www.okosteo.org
Oklahoma State Medical Association
Together We Are Stronger!
In partnership with your local county medical society and the American Medical Association, the Oklahoma State Medical Association is your best and most effective advocate for you, your patients, and our profession.
Vision: To be an effective advocate on issues of primary importance to Oklahoma patients and their physicians.
Mission: To promote the welfare of patients, the science and art of medicine, the betterment of public health, and the mutual interests of component societies.
To learn more about OSMA, news and events, government affairs, member resources and publications visit www.osmaonline.org