Ted Kaspar, D.O.
Ted Kaspar studied Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa at Oklahoma State University-Center for Health Sciences and completed his residency in Denver, Colorado, specializing in Family Medicine. He’s been with SMC for 2 years, after working in Ponca City for 10 years. Ted grew up on a farm/ranch in Northern Kay County and went to high school in Blackwell. He has always enjoyed problem solving and fixing things, so when it was time to declare a major at OSU, he chose premed because it was the hardest avenue and no other subjects captured his interest as much as medicine. He decided to work as a hospitalist because he feels that he has more time to get to know his patients than in a clinic setting, and he has a better opportunity to diagnose their ailment and make an impact on the person's wellbeing.
Ted contributes to his community by volunteering at the community clinic in Stillwater and previously at the community clinic in Ponca City. He previously served on the board of Kay County Community Health Foundation. In his spare time, he runs a ranch in Northern Kay County and enjoys traveling, reading, gardening, fishing, and hunting.