OSU Medical Clinic
An advanced registered nurse practitioner and a certified medical assistant are available to assist patients with health care needs:
- General health care
- Well-woman exams (except maternity care)
- Lab testing
- Sports and health physicals
All current OSU-Tulsa students, faculty and staff are eligible for services at the clinic.
- Students – Fees charged are comparable to those charged at University Health Services in Stillwater. Insurance is accepted.
- Faculty and staff – Fees charged are comparable to those charged at other OSU Clinics. Insurance is accepted.
To schedule an appointment, or for more information about clinic services, call 918-582-1980.
Walk-ins are welcome and will be worked in around scheduled appointments.
Jennifer Curran, APRN-CNP
Jennifer Curran a licensed Family Nurse Practitioner certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She obtained her master’s degree in nursing from Duke University in 2012 after working as a registered nurse at Saint Francis Hospital. Although she completed her bachelor’s degree in nursing at the University of Oklahoma in 2008, she is proud to be working with Oklahoma State University both in the OSU-Tulsa Health Clinic and at a remote Family Medicine site. Her passion resides in health promotion and partnership with patients. Jennifer welcomes students, faculty, staff and spouses to the clinic for acute and non-emergency ailments to well-woman exams. Walk-in appointments will be available with priority given to scheduled visits.
What is a nurse practitioner?
Nurse Practitioners assess patients, order and interpret diagnostic tests, make diagnoses and initiate and manage treatment plans, including prescribing medications. According to the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners <http://www.aanp.org/all-about-nps>, these health care providers have been "providing primary, acute and specialty health care to patients of all ages and walks of life for nearly half a century."