Lauren Devoe, M.D., practices pain management.
Dr. Devoe has been a physician in Tulsa since 2008. She places a high priority on patient safety. “I treat each patient in the same manner that I treat my own family members,” she said.
Dr. Devoe provided care as a family medicine physician for more than five years in Tulsa before shifting her efforts to pain management. “I felt that I could be most helpful to patients if I focused on a single specialty," she explained. "I thoroughly enjoy helping patients overcome their pain issues.”
Coming from a household that had an interest in banking, finance and business, Dr. Devoe was determined from a young age to take a different career path. “I have wanted to be a physician since I was 3,” she said. “I was frequently sick as kid. I had seen a lot of doctors. I admired what they did and how they helped me. It made a significant impact on my career choice.”
Dr. Devoe earned an undergraduate degree at The Queen’s University of Belfast, Northern Ireland in 1993. She relocated to Oklahoma in 2005 and completed a residency program in 2008 at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine. She is a member of the Tulsa County Medical Society, the American Academy of Integrative Pain Management and several other professional societies. She became an Advanced Diplomate of the American Academy of Integrative Pain Management in 2015.
Dr. Devoe’s personal interests include visiting museums, traveling with her husband, reading and taking care of her own health by regularly going to the gym.
Dr. Devoe speaks fluent Mandarin, Cantonese and Malay. She welcomes new patients and accepts most insurance plans. Her office is located on the Hillcrest Hospital South campus at:
Utica Park Clinic
8803 S. 101st E. Ave., suite 220 (91st & Hwy. 169)
Tulsa, OK 74133
For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 918-579-2791.
When my previous physician retired 2 years ago, I was very anxious about seeing a new doctor. I had a long relationship with him and he knew my health history well. Although I was nervous to see Dr. Devoe the first time, she was kind, understanding and took the time to learn my history and get to know me so that she could properly treat me as a patient. She is an excellent physician as well as being a caring person. In the past 2 years, she has always taken the time to answer questions and deal with my health issues, even when she has to take extra time to coordinate with other doctors or spend additional time outside of appointments to answer questions and communicate via the My Chart system. Dr. Devoe always makes me feel comfortable in appointments and she never rushes me out like some doctors do. Her "bedside manner" is outstanding and something to be commended. Additionally, the entire staff is always kind and courteous when I have an appointment. I feel truly blessed to have Dr. Devoe, as not only my physician, but as an ally in my overall health care. She makes it very apparent that she really cares about each of her patients. Her warm smile and kindness always make me feel at ease and I would highly recommend her. I honestly can't say enough great things about this doctor. - MPE
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Prompt efficient use of time was displayed with Dr Devoe. Addressed all issues with my diagnosis of post operative surgery and long term treatment required to reduce my back pain.
— Russell McCauley
Dr Devoe and her staff have been great to deal with, and have been quick to respond to appointment requests. The waiting room time is minimal, and Dr Devoe has been excellent in terms of helping me deal with different maladies. A very nice lady, highly recommend.
— Steve Grimes
Highly Recommend. Saw Dr. Devoe, she listened to my concerns, answered my questions. She has great knowledge and is one of the most caring doctors I have met.
— Angela Christy
I have had a great experience and taken very well care of. Thank you.
— Jerome Longacre
Dr. Devoe is an excellent physician. She is caring, listens to me, and treats my problems appropriately. She is an excellent choice for people genuinely dealing with chronic pain.
— Estella Smith