Patrick Cody, DO, MPH, FACOEP
Dr. Patrick Cody hails from the great Norman, Oklahoma, where he lived up until going to medical school at Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. After graduating, Dr. Cody moved back to the OKC area for residency, and eventually back to Norman Regional Health System. Dr. Cody has a passion for prehospital medicine and Mass Gatherings, which pairs well with his love for research related to EMS. Dr. Cody enjoys giving lectures to law enforcement officers and EMS professionals, and has served as a section editor for Swearingen’s Critical Care Transport Text. When Dr. Cody isn’t educating future physicians, he enjoys time with his family and playing saxophone.
Angela Carrick, DO, FACOEP
Associate Program Director
Dr. Angie Carrick is from Wichita, Kansas. She took the short trip over to Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences for medical school. In addition to serving as the NRHS Associate Program Director, Dr. Carrick is the Co-Director of the NRHS Stroke program. Dr. Carrick has a strong interest in education, which helped her achieve 2nd Place at ACOEP New Innovations Poster Competition in 2019! She also holds Fellow Status for the ACOEP. Dr. Carrick has several publications, including Rapid Fire Hypercalcemia, and Placenta Previa, Journal of Education and Teaching in Emergency Medicine. Dr. Carrick’s medical interests include physician wellness, physician mental health, Imposter Syndrome, and the education of fellow attendings and residents. When she isn’t saving lives and educating doctors, Dr. Carrick is living an active, vegan lifestyle. She enjoys cooking, traveling, watching movies, and spending time with her 3 adorable sons.
Michael Porter, MD
Dr. Michael Porter is a home-town physician, calling Norman, Oklahoma his home, and continuing his medical school education through the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Porter has received the Norman Regional Physician Peer Award and has been Core Faculty since the start of the residency program. Dr. Porter has authored published literature called “What is Known About Situational Awareness in ParaMedicine?”, and “Towards a Theoretical Framework for Situational Awareness in ParaMedicine.” In addition to medical authorship, Dr. Porter enjoys EMS and Ultrasound medicine. If Dr. Porter isn’t saving lives, he is spending his time outdoors.
Shelly Zimmerman, DO FACOEP FACEP
Dr. Shelly Zimmerman graduated from the Oklahoma State College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She completed her Emergency Medicine Residency at Hillcrest Health Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. She is a Fellow of both ACOEP and ACEP. She worked at Integris Southwest Medical Center for 17 years where she served as core faculty member, Medical Student Clerkship Director and Residency Director. She is currently working in the Norman Regional Health System where she is excited to be involved in the new Emergency Medicine Residency. She is a member of the ACOEP Research Committee and has completed the ACEP Teaching Fellowship. She serves on the board for the Foundation for Osteopathic Emergency Medicine. Shelly serves as an Adjunct Clinical Faculty at OSU-COM and she is actively involved in the mentor program at the school. Family and travel highlight her free time.
Robin M. Mantooth, MD, FACEP
Chief of Staff, Core Faculty
Dr. Robin Mantooth calls Purcell, Oklahoma her home. She attended Wayne State School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan before coming to Norman as a physician. Dr. Mantooth has receive the honors of Clinical Faculty of the Year, Hal Belknap Award, and Norman Regional Physician Peer Award. Dr. Mantooth has special interest in tropical and travel medicine, toxicology, and ultrasound medicine. Dr. Mantooth’s personal interests include making soap and lotion, jewelry, fiber work, and photography.
Jake Cleveland, M.HCA
Jake Cleveland is from Shawnee, Oklahoma. He attended Oklahoma Baptist University, where he studied Pastoral Ministry. He continued his education at Oklahoma State University, where he earned his Master’s in Healthcare Administration. When he isn’t at the hospital, Jake enjoys spending time with his family and dogs, and woodworking.