Why should I become a member of THE OOA?
The Oklahoma Osteopathic Association:
- Represents your interests at the State Capitol and is the only organization in Oklahoma that lobbies at the Capitol on behalf of osteopathic physicians and students
- Protects uninterrupted credentialing through Oklahoma licensing and has for more than 100 years.
- Provides more than 60 hours of affordable continuing medical education in Oklahoma with up to $2,000 in discounts for members each year.
- Assists dozens of members every week who have individual and special needs.
- Publishes the OKLAHOMA DO.
- Provides members with a printed annual directory of Oklahoma DOs every fall.
- Sends weekly e-newsletters covering practice management, legislative issues, current health news, and events in Oklahoma.
- Offers an online job board featuring opportunities in Oklahoma and across the country.
- Recommends benefits and services saving our members money through Recommended Companies.
- Helps DOs obtain appropriate reimbursement for medical services.
- Accommodates physicians’ scholarly activity requirements.
- Counsels students about osteopathic medicine.
- Maintains high standards advanced by the osteopathic medical profession.
- Advocates for physicians impaired by substance abuse.
- Coordinates interprofessional and intraprofessional relations with other organizations and institutions.
- Becomes a storehouse and clearinghouse of information for DOs in the state.
- Supports and advocates for the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine and the OSU Medical Center.
How do I become a Member?
Apply online or submit a printed application. Upon receipt of application for membership, all applications are presented to the Bureau on Membership for recommendation to the Board of Trustees for its approval at a regular or special meeting of the Board.