The Oklahoma City Innovation District, a 501(c)(3) organization founded in 2019, is a thriving, 1.3 square mile ecosystem of collaboration, innovation and economic growth located in historic, Northeast Oklahoma City, surrounded by internationally acclaimed organizations spanning Oklahoma’s diverse sectors – healthcare, bioscience, aerospace & unmanned systems, specialized manufacturing, academia, technology and energy.
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The OU-TU School of Community Medicine and OU Health Physicians serve the Tulsa community by providing free healthcare through the Bedlam Clinic. This clinic serves individuals who do not have any type of insurance coverage. Medical care at OU Bedlam Clinics is provided by medical and social work students under the supervision of OU Health Physicians.
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Founded in 2016, the Tom Love Innovation Hub, also known as the I-Hub, originated as a cutting-edge facility to foster the creation, development and implementation of innovative ideas. Today, the Innovation Hub and its partner programs have established the University of Oklahoma as a leader in the Oklahoma entrepreneurial ecosystem.
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The Unity Clinic aims to provide a meaningful, interprofessional, clinical experience with real-world applications to OUHSC students. The project began in the Spring of 2017 with the ultimate vision of an interdisciplinary, mobile, student-led clinic.
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The Ronnie K. Irani Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth (I-CCEW) is an economic development organization at the University of Oklahoma specializing in technology commercialization, software business development, social entrepreneurship, and agile product design. As part of its mission, The Ronnie K. Irani Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth provides immersive learning experiences for OU students that allow them to create real-world solutions using software, business principles, sustainability best practices and consumer-driven feedback.
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The Tulsa Albert Schweitzer Fellowship is one of thirteen Schweitzer program sites across the United States dedicated to developing a pipeline of healthcare leaders who enter the workforce with the skills, networks and confidence to address unmet health needs for underserved populations.
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