Ryan Choplin, PA-C, specializes in family medicine and offers a full range of services from general care and preventive check-ups to vaccinations, medications and disease management.
“I care for the whole person because health and well-being is more than treating a physical ailment,” he says.
Ryan has provided care in the Tulsa and the surrounding area since 2013. He has worked as a physician assistant in Sand Springs, Muskogee, Sapulpa and Tulsa.
“I got into medicine because I am passionate about caring for people, from all backgrounds and any age,” Ryan said.
He earned a master’s degree of health sciences in physician assistant studies at the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa in 2012.
Ryan’s interests outside of the clinic include spending time with friends and family and traveling.
He welcomes new patients and accepts most insurance plans at:
Utica Park Clinic
4408 S. Harvard Ave.
Tulsa, OK 74135
For more information or to schedule call 918-574-0350 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
He is the best doctor I have had. He responds quickly and no matter what I ask him or see him for he is always happy to help I would recommend him to anyone
— Tina Brookshire
I've seen Ryan for a multitude of different needs. His care outweighs that of many of my previous doctors. He's extremely responsive and willing and I'd recommend him to anyone.
— Adam Taylor
I've been in Tulsa 4 years and have been looking for a doctor. Every male doctor I've seen is always immensely condescending because I am a woman and automatically ask me to get tested for an STI or take a pregnancy test. This is a consistent and awful experience to have (especially that I am not pregnant nor suffering from an STI) with every doctor I've met. Even with unrelated sicknesses, they always jump to that. Until I found Dr. Auxter. He is by far the best doctor I have found. He's attentive, listens to me and MY symptoms instead of jumping to conclusions based on my gender. The staff was friendly, helpful, personable and efficient. I did not have a wait time at all and I was told this is common at this practice. Overall it was an impressive practice.
— Sam M.