The Oklahoma County Medical Society is a physician membership organization comprised of Oklahoma County physician members.  The purpose of the Society is (1) to promote the art of science and medicine and the betterment of public health and (2) to unite with other county medical societies in the State of Oklahoma to compose the Oklahoma State Medical Association.

“As physicians, we need to have meaningful engagement with colleagues outside our healthcare system and with the community as a whole.”

Elizabeth Jett, MD
Radiologist, Oklahoma City

What We Do


We are focused on physicians’ interests in Oklahoma County and the greater community. For more than 100 years, OCMS has been devoted to its physician members, as well as serving the citizens of Oklahoma County.

OCMS provides early career physicians with training for leadership within the healthcare environment. More than 100 physicians have been through the highly-rated Physicians Academy. Additionally, the stress of mental health can negatively impact a physician’s well-being. That’s why OCMS offers free counseling sessions with a licensed psychologist for members, residents and students. We work hard to ensure our members (and future members) have access to the care they need.

OCMS has a long history of incubating worthwhile community projects, providing resources to help them get started. Organizations like OBI, EMSA, Hospice of Oklahoma County (now INTEGRIS Hospice), Healthy Schools Oklahoma, Health Alliance for the Uninsured, and ITNCentral Oklahoma all started through OCMS. Connections are important. OCMS helps physicians connect on professional and personal levels with our membership meetings and collegiality events.

We are proud to be unified with the Oklahoma State Medical Association. Both organizations work hard to help make the lives of physicians easier. We encourage you to learn more about their benefits, which include incredible CME courses and robust advocacy on behalf of physicians.

Mission Statement

The Oklahoma County Medical Society will be the leading advocate to improve the health of our citizens and to enhance, nurture and improve the well-being of its physicians.

Vision Statement

The Oklahoma County Medical Society will:

  • promote activities that improve the health of Oklahoma County residents;
  • promote, develop and mentor physician leadership, professionalism and integrity;
  • influence health policy;
  • provide services valued by our members;
  • work in concert with other organizations toward achieving common goals;
  • be the voice of organized medicine in Oklahoma County; and
  • provide a forum for the exchange of ideas.

Our Staff

Alison Fink, Executive Director
Rebecca Carr, Associate Director