Tulsa, OK – (Tulsa, OK) Tulsa Health Department officials have now opened their three regional health centers to all children 6 months of age - 18 including children who need a booster vaccination and persons over age 64 who would like to receive a H1N1 vaccine. Other groups served in these weekday H1N1 clinics include pregnant women and individuals with limited mobility.
Tulsa, OK – Cold Canadian air is flowing into Oklahoma. We are expecting the coldest temperatures of this season. Tulsa National Weather Service Director Steve Peltz says we can expect hard freezes tonight, tomorrow night and Friday night. He says wind chills could be down in the teens by Saturday morning.
Tulsa, OK – University of Tulsa President Steadman Upham and University of Oklahoma President David Boren today announced their intention to establish a joint four-year community medical education program in Tulsa. The state's flagship private and public universities are creating the program to help address Oklahoma's low health status, low health systems performance and physician shortage.
Tulsa, OK – State employees group wants Dec. special session
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) The state's largest state workers organization says it agrees with Republican state Senate leaders who are calling for a special session of the Legislature in December.
The Oklahoma Public Employees Association said Monday declining revenues are forcing many state employees to face furloughs, reductions-in-force and voluntary buyouts and that immediate action is needed.