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Christopher Sorrels, M.D.

Christopher Sorrels, M.D.
4.9 out of 5 


Utica Park Clinic
1025 E. 2nd St.
Cushing, OK 74023
Phone: 918-225-3627


Internal Medicine

Christopher Sorrels, M.D., is board certified in internal medicine and pediatrics. He has practiced both specialties since 2003. Patient comments about him include:

     "He is an excellent doctor. He's really informative, spends time with me and doesn’t rush things. He knows what he is talking about."

     "Dr. Sorrels has been my children’s doctor for the last three years. I could not trust anyone more with care for them. He is always on top of things and asks about my other children during visits as well. He is always on point and makes sure they get the best possible care."

Prior to joining Utica Park Clinic, Dr. Sorrels was a physician with the 507th Medical Squadron at Tinker Air Force Base in Midwest City, Oklahoma from 2003 through 2013.

Dr. Sorrels earned his Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennesse in 1995. He received his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1999. He completed the internal medicine/pediatrics residency program at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, Indiana in 2003. 

Dr. Sorrels’ personal interests include spending time with his family and traveling with his wife. 

Dr. Sorrels welcomes new patients and accepts most insurance plans. His office is located on the campus of Hillcrest Hospital Cushing at:

     Utica Park Clinic
     1025 E. 2nd St.
     Cushing, OK 74023

For more information or to request an appointment, calling 918-225-3627 between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Featured Reviews



Dr Sorrels is a great doctor. He is caring, kind and passionate about patient care. He is a real good guy!

   — Teresa Braswell


I have been in Oklahoma now for 2 years. I expected it was going to be difficult to fine a new PCP for our family. It was more than hard it was horrific. I been to 3 specialist, one PCP I have Sjogrens, it's not pretty. The past 6 months has been very difficult, over week ago I had to visit the Cushing Hospital, which lead me to Dr.Christopher Sorrels MD for post follow up on TIA. Within 10mins I was in tears,this man actually new and brought forth my Sjogrens Dx. Was first time in 2 years!! He talk to me,recognize me. Made me feel like a real person, with a diagnose that most Drs are clueless to. I went in with post TIA, he discuss that in full detail also. There really aren't word for the appreciation,and respect I have for ,SIR. Thank you so much. I without a doubt God lead us to you.

   — Tina Spencer


was vary great

   — Jennings Police


Dr. Christopher Sorrels is an exceptional physician, ease of access and excellent communicator. Staff welcomes everyone in the same friendly manner. People are treated respectfully. Thanks for showing up through Covid!

   — D Coleman


Best damn doctor in the state. He listens, advises and when necessary chews your tail off. His staff is top notch, they pick up where Doc Chris leaves off. Can't say enough good things about this guy except I am a lucky old man to be able to call Doc Chris, my doctor. I am in good hands with both he and his staff.

   — Rick Coleman


I can't say enough about this physician. I have seen him for 7 years now; and no doubt, I'm going to keep coming back. This Dr. actually listens to me and is concerned with my input; not sticking to ONLY, what he read in a book. This physician along with his staff; ladies and gentlemen, are outstanding in every way a patient could expect. He IS NOT all about making money off patients, he actually cares. If more doctors realized that the money really comes from positive word-of-mouth; reviews such as this, and not from conning individuals, the healthcare system would vastly improve. On a global scale, I think.If I had more hands; I'd give him more thumbs up, two will have to do for now.

   — Justin Faughn