Oklahoma business briefs for March 3

Oklahoma business briefs for March 3
Published: March 3, 2012
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OKLAHOMA BRIEFS

OU Physicians adds clinic

OU Physicians and Mid-Del Family Medicine, 1212 S Douglas Blvd., said that the clinic practice will join OU Physicians and be renamed OU Physicians Mid-Del Family Medicine. “The affiliation with OU Physicians will give our doctors and patients access to additional resources, but the transition to the new association should be seamless for everyone involved,” said Dr. Timothy J. Moser, a member of the practice. “The same doctors and staff will continue to provide the same high-quality care and customer service at the same location.” The practice includes five board-certified physicians: Moser, Dr. John P. Rapacz, Dr. Paul Louis Preslar, Dr. Ryan M. Biggers and Dr. Gary Griffin. OU Physicians is based at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.

Ardmore airport recognized

Ardmore Municipal Airport was named the 2012 Airport of the Year by the Oklahoma Airport Operators Association, which co-hosted an aviation conference this week in Tulsa. Other award recipients were Joyce Benge with Barnard Dunkelberg & Co. of Tulsa, who received the Pioneer Award; H.W. Lochner, Inc., with offices in Oklahoma City and Tulsa, which received the Corporate Award; and Curtis Brown, project manager for Garver in Norman, who was given the President's Award. About 350 people attended the three-day conference, titled “Building Aviation Through Partnerships” and jointly hosted by the Federal Aviation Administration, Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission and the Oklahoma Airport Operators Association.