Chris Sudduth

Chris Sudduth, MD MPH, is a 4th generation Oklahoman from the small town of Savanna. Following graduation from Oklahoma Baptist University with honors, he earned a Master of Public Health degree in Health Administration & Policy from the University of Oklahoma College of Public Health in Oklahoma City, and then a Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine in Tulsa. Dr. Sudduth practiced medicine for several years as a hospitalist physician before launching Remedy Health in 2018, an independent, direct primary care practice in Tulsa. Remedy Health's nearly 30 providers serve individuals, families, and employer groups both small and large across Oklahoma and Arkansas.

Dr. Sudduth finds great joy in deeply and meaningfully caring for every one of his patients at Remedy Health. He enjoys spending time getting to know each patient, helping them identify health needs and goals, and then partnering with them to achieve their goals. He also serves as CEO of Remedy Health. This enables him to focus on fulfilling the Remedy Health mission of rescuing patients and other physicians from the broken and oftentimes harmful healthcare system. He envisions all Oklahomans eventually enjoying access to this "white-glove" level of primary care.

When not at work, Dr. Sudduth spends time with his lovely wife Beka and their four boys and little girl who keep them busy playing sports, reading, swimming, building LEGO's, watching Dude Perfect, and creating art and music together. He also enjoys spending time working on his small farm in Broken Arrow, growing a variety of berries and fruit, and working on the land. Most of all, he loves having people over to his house to eat a meal together and hang out. Lastly, Grace & Peace Church is a special place where his soul is refreshed every week.

Ready to Join the Remedy Team?

The direct primary care (DPC) model isn’t just better for patients, it’s rewarding for providers, too. DPC enables providers to take on fewer patients and dedicate more time to each of them. The result? Better health outcomes for patients and a healthier work-life balance for you.

If you’re a dedicated healthcare professional who wants to provide the highest quality care for patients and work alongside a caring, passionate, and inclusive team, apply to work with us.

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