Craig Cook

I grew up in Bartlesville, then attended Baylor, OU College of Medicine, and University of Tennessee for Internal Medicine Residency. Returning to Tulsa, I  taught for several years as an assistant professor of Medicine at OU Tulsa.  I have worked as a hospitalist and clinic physician and have always enjoyed the opportunity to work with people to improve their health and vitality. I look forward to going to work every day!

I enjoy studying all areas of medicine and have done additional studies in pain, psychiatry, and addiction medicine. I value the experience I have gained in the hospital regarding cardiology and advanced disease care.  

l feel blessed to be able to practice medicine and to do what I can to offer hope and comfort. I want to help people maximize their potential at all stages of life so they can continue to use their gifts to be an inspiration to others.

My wife, Ann, is a preschool teacher.  We are blessed with four daughters, two sons-in-law, and now are enjoying three grandchildren. Our family has been on mission trips to Latin America and China. I am passionate about theology and enjoy mentoring youth. Ann and I love being actively involved in our church at Anthem.

My hobbies include playing tennis, biking, swimming, and playing music.

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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