John Cook,MD


Internist, CTCA Tulsa

John Cook - Internist

At CTCA, the care team includes the staff along with patients and their caregivers.

CTCA Tulsa
Hospital Medicine
Medical school:
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Oklahoma City and Tulsa
Residency, Internal Medicine - University of Oklahoma College of Medicine
Advanced degrees:  
Internal Medicine – American Board of Internal Medicine

Dr. John Cook, Internal Medicine Physician at Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) in Tulsa, provides care for patients requiring hospitalization for medical issues that have interrupted cancer treatment. He is dedicated to exploring all available options of appropriate care to allow patients to safely resume their cancer treatment as swiftly as possible. He strives to help patients and caregivers stay well-informed, as he sees this as crucial to achieving good outcomes. “We provide up-to-date approaches in an atmosphere that is friendly and supportive,” says Dr. Cook.

Dr. Cook has been providing medical care for more than two decades. After earning his undergraduate degree at Oklahoma State University, Dr. Cook attended the University Of Oklahoma College Of Medicine, where he completed his Doctor of Medicine degree in 1990. He remained there for a three-year residency in internal medicine. After several years in a small clinic, he ran a private practice in Oklahoma associated with a regional hospital. Later he worked as internal medicine physician in a variety of hospital settings, treating a wide range of medical issues including follow-up care after medical emergencies. He joined CTCA® in 2014.  Dr. Cook is board certified in internal medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine.

When he is not at CTCA, Dr. Cook enjoys spending time with his wife and their three grown children, as well as kayaking, hiking, backpacking and traveling.

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