University of Oklahoma
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center920 Stanton L. Young Blvd.
Oklahoma City, ed OK 73104
P) 1-800-910-9448 & (405)271-8001 ext. 38346
F) (405) 271-1570
Hours; 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday
Expertise & Specialty
The OUHSC faculty specialize in general infectious diseases as well as HIV/AIDS care. Special areas of HIV interest include women’s health, Native American populations, mental health & substance Abuse, and prevention education for adolescent populations.
We offer all levels of provider training which include general lectures, interactive workshops, preceptorships (hands-on clinical or social work training), clinical consults, and capacity building opportunities. Topics for workshops include antiretroviral treatment, opportunistic infections, post-exposure prophylaxis, HIV 101, Rapid Testing, and CDC Guidelines
Consulting in Antiretroviral Therapy, High-Risk Pregnancy, HIV Testing, and Primary HIV Care.
Credentials: MBA, MPH
Position: Co Director Texas/Oklahoma AETC
Wendy Newport is the Site Administrator for the Department of Medicine, Infectious Diseases Section Local Performance Site and Co-Director Partner of the TX/OK AETC. She received her Master of Business Administration and Master of Public Health simultaneously from the University of Oklahoma in 2000 and has been the Administrator for the Infectious Diseases Section since 1998. Mrs. Newport is on the Board of Directors and is an officer of the AIDS Alliance for Children, Youth, and Families. She has served as a Co-Chair and as a member of the Oklahoma HIV Treatment and Care Consortium and has assisted with the Statewide Coordinated Statement of Need for Oklahoma. She also works closely with the Association of American Indian Physicians on HIV educational opportunities for providers of Native American clinical care.