J. Andy Sullivan, MD
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James Andy Sullivan, MD

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

JAMES ANDY SULLIVAN, MD

 

 

DATE OF BIRTH:              March 7, 1944     SSN: 464-68-8300

                                          Graham, Texas

 

SSN:                                          464-68-8300

 

MARRIED:                            Sue Moss              1965

                                          Children:              Jacob N.              1970

                                                                      Tyler M.              1974

 

EDUCATION:                           

  High School              R. L. Paschal, Fort Worth, Texas              1962

  Pre-Medical              B.S. Zoology, Texas A & M University              1962-65

  Medical              M.D. Washington University School of Medicine

                St. Louis, MO              1969

  Internship              General Surgery, Barnes Hospital              1969-70

  Residency              General Surgery, 1st Year Resident, Barnes Hospital,

                Washington University              1970-71

              Orthopaedic Training, Barnes Hospital, Washington

                University              1971-74

              St. Louis Children’s, Shriner’s Hospital; St. Louis, MO             

             

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

  Academic              Professor and              1992-2004

                Don H. O’Donoghue Endowed Chair, Department of

                Orthopedic Surgery and Rehabilitation, College

                Of Medicine, University of Oklahoma Health

                Sciences Center. 1992-2007

                                         Full-time faculty 1976-92. part-time 2007-2015.

                                         Currently clinical faculty one day a week plus teaching time.

 

                                        Professor Emeritus                                                                  2018

 

                             Interim Director, Oklahoma Health Professional Program   8/1/20219-                      12/31/2019

 

  Military              Major, Medical Corp, Womack Army Hospital,

                Fort Bragg, NC              1974-76

 

CERTIFICATION AND BOARD STATUS:

                American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery              1975

              Recertified A.B.O.S. with area of interest in

                Pediatric Orthopaedics              1985, 1992

LICENSURE:

                Oklahoma State Board of Medical Examiners              1975 to present

 

 

MEMBERSHIPS:

              Pediatric Orthopaedic Study Group              1977-83

              American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons              1978-present

              Scoliosis Research Society                                                   1981-2000

              Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America              1983-present

              Academic Orthopedic Society              1988-present

              American Orthopedic Association  

Awards and Honors:

                                      Outstanding Pre Med Student, Texas A & M University             1965

              Phi Eta Signa-Freshman Scholastic Society                                 1963             

              Phi Kappa Phi Scholastic Fraternity                                             1965                                         

              Carl Berg Traveling Fellowship in Pediatric Orthopaedics              Jul/Aug ’74

              Sabbatical Universite Montpellier, Faculte Institute St. Pierre

                Montpellier, France              Jan/Jun ’85

 

                               1991-2007

              Wallace-Weigeldt Award for Outstanding Service              1995             

                To a Patient (Related to the Oklahoma City Bombing)

                                       J. Andy Sullivan Endowed Chair in Resident Education

                                        Honored as “Best Doctors in America” List

                                        American Academy of Pediatrics

                                   Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Awarded by

                                  Gold Humanism Honor Society

                                  American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 

                                     Achievement Award for Volunteer Efforts

 

                                      Dean’s Award for Outstanding Medical Service 2017

 

OFFICES HELD

 

POSNA              President, Secretary, and Board Member             

Hospital              Chief of Staff Children’s Hospital

Medical School              Chair, Physician’s Practice Plan

              Multiple medical school and hospital committees over a thirty year   

                period

Chair of Department and Rehabilitation, OU College of Medicine 1992-2005

Chief Medical Officer, OU Medical Center 2003- 2007

 

 

Volunteer Service

 

Mesta Park Neighborhood Association

Oklahoma City Public Schools

Youth Soccer Association, coach administrator and referee 12 years

Chamber Music Society Board

Oklahoma State Medical Association Foundation Board

Oklahoma Health Professional Program, vice-president of the board,  Oklahoma Trauma Systems Implementation and Development Committee ended July 08

Oklahoma Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision 2007-2014

Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Board 2009-2019

Teach Addiction Medicine, an Enrichment elective to second year medical students

 

Foreign Medical Volunteer

Romania (2 visits), Operation Smile

Mexico

Bolivia (4), Friends of Bolivia Foundation

Dominican Republic, Care-Medico

Honduras (4) visits with Cure International

 

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