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Careers

Oklahoma Sports & Orthopedics Institute is a fast-growing medical practice with multiple facilities across the metro and surrounding areas.

We welcome applicants who share our commitment to providing superior patient care.

Submit your resume to jobs@osoi.com


Benefits for Full-Time Employees

  • Competitive Salary
  • Company Paid Time Off
  • Company Paid Holidays
  • Health, Dental & Vision Insurance
  • Short & Long Term Disability (Provided by employer)
  • Term Life & AD&D
  • Flexible Spending Accounts (Medical & Dependent Care)
  • Retirement (Company match up to 3.5)
  • Health & Wellness Program



Physical Therapy Technician - OSOI’s Physical Therapy Techs are responsible for, but are not limited to, assisting therapists and aides with non-clinical tasks; preparing treatment area, equipment and materials; assisting patient to treatment area and with light exercises; communication of supply inventory. The PT Tech must have either their High School diploma or their GED. Previous patient care and/or interaction preferred.

Patient Service Representative/Physical Therapy – We have a new, front desk opportunity open in our PT clinic. This is a full-time position with responsibilities to include: answering phones; greeting patients and visitors; setting up patient appointments; verifying demographics and insurance information; collecting co-pays and outstanding balances; reconciling end of day collections; managing patient medical records; as well as general filing and clerical duties. Performs other clerical and administrative tasks as assigned.

Patient Service Representative - This is a full-time position with responsibilities to include: answering phones; greeting patients and visitors; setting up patient appointments; verifying demographics and insurance information; collecting co-pays and outstanding balances; reconciling end of day collections; managing patient medical records; as well as general filing and clerical duties. Performs other clerical and administrative tasks as assigned.

Medical Assistant – Part-time position floating between Midwest City and Edmond 4 days a week. Responsibilities include but are not limited to constant patient contact; assisting physician; clinical assistance of patient flow and information gathering; administrative paperwork for surgical pre authorization and medical clearance; managing physicians surgical schedule; communication of x-rays and medical supply inventory and ordering. Prefer a Registered Medical Assistant and 6 months patient care experience required.

Medical Assistant – Full-time position willing to work at different locations. The Medical Assistants responsibilities include but are not limited to constant patient contact; assisting physician; clinical assistance of patient flow and information gathering; administrative paperwork for surgical pre authorization and medical clearance; managing physicians surgical schedule; communication of x-rays and medical supply inventory and ordering. Prefer a Registered Medical Assistant and 6 months patient care experience required.

Network Administrator - As the network administrator, you will need to monitor the company’s network performance, troubleshoot issues, recommend upgrades and identify network requirements. A comprehensive knowledge of network management is a necessity, and you will provide support to everyone in the organization so that the systems run smoothly. Must have a Bachelor's degree in Information Systems or related degree, or equivalent education/work experience; a minimum of 5+ years of experience supporting business applications, preferably in a healthcare environment; a 5+ years of hands on experience in managing network operations support; and proficient in system design, implementation, and integration as well as web application implementation.

Orthopedic Technologist (float) - The Orthopedic Technologist is a trained member of the orthopedic team who works with all health care professionals in delivering patient care and assuming appropriate responsibilities concerning all surgical and non-surgical procedures. Ability to articulate descriptions of orthopedic conditions based upon a basic understanding of anatomical structures and their relationship with one another. Must have 3+ years of experience in a hospital, clinic or office setting working directly in the treatment of the orthopedic patient(s). Need to know anatomy, physiology and medical terminology. Prefer a certification of the Nation Board of Certified Orthopedic Technologists.


“I feel very fortunate to be able to work at OSOI. We work hard to take care of patients and there is a great feeling of satisfaction in helping them. The employees are a great group of people to work with and the doctors are the best! OSOI provides a lot of great opportunities for its employees to volunteer in the community and participate in health and fitness activities. We have a lot of fun and even get a little crazy! OSOI is simply a great place to work.”

Rhonda Dewell, Accounts Receivable Representative

Oklahoma Department of Health
Certified Healthy Business 2015 – Rating: Excellent
Certified Healthy Business 2016 – Rating: Excellent
Certified Healthy Business 2017 – Rating: Excellent
OSOI named the Best Midsize Place to Work in
The Oklahoman's Top Workplaces 2014
OSOI named as one of the Oklahoma City Metro’s
50 Fastest Growing Companies 2013