Lora C. Cotton, DO
Lora C. Cotton, DO, is board-certified in Family Practice and Manipulative Medicine. She is a 2001 graduate of Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed her Family Medicine Residency at Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences (OSU-CHS) in 2004. In 2006, she joined the fulltime faculty of OSU-CHS. As a Professor of Family Medicine, she serves in leadership positions at both OSU Center for Health Sciences and OSU Medical Center. She served as Program Director of the OUS-CHS Family Medicine Residency for 9 years. She currently serves as Chair of the OSU-CHS Family Medicine Department since 2018. Dr. Cotton teaches and precepts learners across the entire spectrum of medical education including first and second year medical students in the classroom, third and fourth year students on clinical rotation, residents in graduate medical education settings, and advanced learners in faculty development and continuing medical education settings. Her scholarly activity work includes publications, poster presentations and CME presentations spanning a broad range of primary care topics. In addition to teaching, Dr. Cotton maintains an active medical practice in the clinic and hospital settings. Dr. Cotton’s grew up in McAlester, Oklahoma. She currently resides in Tulsa, Oklahoma with her husband, Kenneth Graham, D.O. and two Australian Shepherds, Willie and Patsy. Her personal interests include reading, and cooking from scratch things that could be easily bought, just to see if she can.
Dr Cotton has no financial relationships or affiliations to disclose