ABOUT REMEDY HEALTH
— Tulsa's Premiere Direct Primary Care Clinic. —
Two doctors. Ready to make a difference.
Always thinking outside of the box in how healthcare can be better delivered, Drs. Street and Sudduth partnered together in founding Remedy Health, a direct primary care (DPC) practice. They join a large, nationwide DPC movement that consists of more than 1,000 DPC clinics. With the ability to spend more time with each patient in the office (30 minutes to an hour), and through being available 24/7 by phone, text, email, FaceTime/Skype or even by house call, Drs. Street and Sudduth focus on the health needs and goals of every patient and family in the Remedy Health medical home. Even more, they provide this unparalleled access at an unbeatable price, less than the cost of a typical cell phone bill. Drs. Street and Sudduth are passionate about restoring the patient-physician relationship to the way it should be and treating patients as family.
Drs. Street and Sudduth aim to offer an alternative to the broken American healthcare system and help patients live healthy, wholesome lives. Patients can use the money saved through the DPC membership toward other things that improve overall quality of life. By reducing the cost and stress associated with healthcare delivery Drs. Street and Sudduth are committed to helping patients realize their full physical, mental, relational, spiritual, and financial health potential.
Chris Sudduth, MD MPH
Internal Medicine / Pediatrics
Dr. Sudduth is a 4th generation Oklahoman from Savanna (home of the Bulldogs), located near McAlester in Pittsburg County. After graduating from Oklahoma Baptist University, where he met his wife Beka, he completed his medical training at the University of Oklahoma – Boomer Sooner! Along the way, he earned a Master of Public Health degree in Health Administration and Policy. Dr. Sudduth then completed a residency in combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at the OU School of Community Medicine in Tulsa. He has practiced extensively as a hospital doctor, caring for sick patients on the general medical floor as well as in the intensive care unit.
Dr. Sudduth and his wife Beka have four handsome, talented, fun, rambunctious sons: Ethan, Simeon, Benjamin, and Jameson. They also have two wonderful horses – Gunther and Hazel – and five giant Great Pyrenees dogs – Jupiter, Venus, Titan, Orion, and Ares. Dr. Sudduth, Beka and the boys attend RiverOaks Presbyterian Church.
Scott Street, DO
Dr. Street obtained his Bachelor of Science from the University of Oklahoma, where he also met his wife Liz. He earned his Doctor of Osteopathy from A.T. Still University, formerly known as Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, in Kirksville, MO. He completed his Family Medicine Residency at Wesley Family Medicine, affiliated with the University of Kansas - Wichita Center for Graduate Medical Education. Dr. Street also has extensive experience working as a hospital doctor in both Kansas and in Oklahoma.
Dr. Street and his wife, Liz, have twin boys, Madden and Asher, and a little girl, Mackenna (who definitely runs the show with her gap-toothed smile). The whole gang has superhero alter-egos who come out for epic trampoline battles. End-of-movie dance parties along with trips to the park, aquarium, and children's botanic garden are family favorites. Fall Saturdays are devoted to Sooner football. On Sundays, the Streets love attending Olivet Baptist Church where they enjoying fellowshipping and receiving God's Word with family and friends.