Christopher Bozarth, MD

About Christopher Bozarth

Dr. Bozarth graduated from Dunwoody High School (Atlanta, Georgia) in 1986 and went on to obtain a bachelor’s degree in biology from Wake Forest University in 1990. Having served in the ROTC program while in college, he was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army upon graduation. Accepted into medical school thereafter, Dr. Bozarth earned his medical doctorate from the University of Oklahoma in 1994 and started a residency in radiation oncology at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City.

During medical school and residency, Dr. Bozarth served with the 45th Infantry Division of the Oklahoma Army National Guard. After the completion of residency training, Dr. Bozarth was promoted to Major and transferred to Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas where he served as the Assistant Chief of Radiation Oncology. During this time of active military service, Dr. Bozarth was instrumental in the development of cancer-related treatment algorithms and served as an assistant professor of radiation oncology at the University of Texas Health Science Center, providing clinical instruction to future radiation oncologists.

At the completion of military service, he earned the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and returned to Oklahoma to establish his private practice. In December of 2018, Dr. Bozarth joined the VA Hospital as Section Chief of Radiation Oncology where he treats all types of cancer with a special emphasis on prostate disease. An Associate Professor of radiation oncology at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, he has returned to a passion of educating future radiation oncology physicians.

Dr. Bozarth chose the field of radiation oncology as he greatly enjoys working closely with patients affected by cancer and the technology associated with precision radiation medicine. Engaged, focused and optimistic, he is dedicated to the science of cancer therapy while remaining honest and compassionate to the hopes and values of his patients. Dr. Bozarth is committed to keeping up to date on the latest forms of cancer therapy and trends.

Affiliations OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center – Radiation Therapy, OU Health Stephenson Cancer Center
Health Education
  • College
  • Wake Forest University 1990
  • Medical School
  • University of Oklahoma College of Medicine 1994
  • Internship
  • University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center 1995
  • Residency
  • University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center 1998
  • Board Certification
  • Radiation Oncology 1999
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