OSU Medicine recently opened a new obstetrics and gynecology clinic in south Tulsa to expand services to an area of the community where there is a need.
Three OSU Medicine physicians are now seeing patients at the new clinic: Dr. Angela Christy who has 18 years of experience in obstetrics and gynecology; Dr. Ryan Gholson who has been an OB/GYN for 11 years; and Dr. Erin Brown who has been seeing patients since 2013.
“Having a south Tulsa presence has allowed us to expand and diversify our patient population,” said Christy. “It also allows closer access to our established patients who live in the south Tulsa area.”
The OB/GYN South Tulsa Clinic, 6126 E. 61st St., offers a full range of services including preventative women’s care and annual exams; family planning and various contraception options; breast cancer and gynecologic cancer screenings; colposcopy and LEEP procedures; pelvis pain assessments; fibroid treatment; hysterectomy consults; minimally invasive gynecologic surgery; prenatal care for low-risk and high-risk pregnancies; ultrasound; and noninvasive prenatal genetic testing.
“We offer compassionate and comprehensive reproductive health care from adolescence though menopause,” said Brown, who will see patients at the South Tulsa and Houston Center clinics.
The new clinic will meet the needs of existing patients in south Tulsa as well as reach a growing population of new patients to OSU Medicine.
“Everything, including all our medical equipment, is new and up-to-date allowing us to give the best available care to our patients,” Christy said. “We have an in-office ultrasound and lab as well as the ability to perform a range of in-office procedures. This allows us to do some procedures in the clinic that other OB/GYNs have to do in operating rooms, making it more cost effective for our patients.”
The OB/GYN South Tulsa Clinic is now accepting new patients. Those interested can call 918-281-2575 to schedule an appointment.
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Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences is a nationally recognized academic health center focused on teaching, research and patient care through its OSU Medicine clinics located throughout the Tulsa metro area. OSU Center for Health Sciences offers graduate and professional degrees through the College of Osteopathic Medicine, the School of Allied Health, the School of Health Care Administration, the School of Biomedical Sciences, the School of Forensic Sciences, and the newest site, OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine at the Cherokee Nation in Tahlequah. OSU Medicine operates a network of clinics offering a multitude of specialty services including addiction medicine, cardiology, family medicine, internal medicine, pain management, pediatrics, psychiatry and women’s health. Learn more at medicine.okstate.edu.