Oklahoma Health Workforce
This guide brings together all the Resources, Organizations, Funding, Events, and News we've discovered for Oklahoma.
Here are some top picks to get you started:
Frequently Requested Information
- Interested in learning opportunities?
The state's Area Health Education Centers may offer career exploration activities, as well as educational programs for health career students and continuing education for health professionals.
- Looking for help paying for your education?
and Inactive Funding
for scholarships, loan repayment programs, loans, fellowships and educational opportunities. You may also want to browse national funding for additional opportunities.
Workforce Statistics and Data Sources
- Oklahoma Health Care Workforce Center - provides access to Trends in Oklahoma Hospital Professions Supply, Vacancies, Turnover, & Educational Capacity Expansion, which reports vacancy and turnover data in high demand professions at Oklahoma hospitals. The Center also provides access to the 2008 Oklahoma Health Education Report, which analyzes financial support from hospitals for medical education in Oklahoma.
- Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision - provides access to statistics on the number and distribution of licensed medical professionals in Oklahoma.
- Oklahoma Rural Health Works - offers Primary Care Physician Analyses and Economic Impact Studies which report demand for primary care physicians and the economic impact of hospitals for certain communities and regions in Oklahoma. To view reports select report type from drop-down and click "search".
- Oklahoma Employment Security Commission - provides access to Oklahoma Long-term Occupational Outlook, 2010 - 2020 and Occupational Employment and Wages, which provide data on wages, current employment, and employment projections for occupations in Oklahoma, including health care professions.
State Workforce Organizations
- For a complete list, see the Organizations section of this guide.
Page last updated February 7, 2013