Randall Reust, DO

Clinical Assistant Professor

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Dr. Reust is an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Medical Education at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences (OSUCHS). Dr. Reust completed his Internal Medicine Residency at Tulsa Oklahoma OSU Medical Center, and his Hyperbaric Certification at Nix San Antonio Wound Care & Hyperbaric Medicine.  During his Internal Medicine training, Dr. Reust served on multiple committees to include Morbidity and Mortality; Pharmacy and Therapeutics; Peer Review.  Dr. Reust completed his final year of a four-year residency as chief Internal Medicine Resident; finally to receive the James D. Edwards Award for Internal Medicine Excellence.   Dr. Reust is a regionally known speaker on Ethics during the practice of hospital based medicine; and for explanation the intricacies of the electrocardiogram to medical students and Residents in Family Medicine and Internal Medicine.   Dr. Reust has been instrumental in establishing and building Internal Medicine Residence training programs at both the Jack C. Montgomery Memorial Veteran Administration hospital in and the Northeastern Health System in Tahlequah Oklahoma. Dr. Reust is additionally, a primary trainer and educator in the department of Medical Simulation at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences.  Dr. Reust’s current research interests include determining effects of Huntington’s protein on destruction of neurons of the human brain. 


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