Dr. McCoy was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma but grew up in Northwest Oklahoma City. He attended Putnam City North High School where he graduated with a diploma with distinction.
He attended the University of Central Oklahoma on an academic scholarship and graduated summa cum laude, which is the highest academic honor awarded by the University. During his undergraduate education, he was awarded "Chemistry Student of the Year" despite his declaration as a Biology major.
In order to achieve a diverse education, he left his home in Oklahoma to attend medical school at the prestigious Saint Louis University School of Medicine, which is the oldest and most historic medical school west of the Mississippi River. During his medical education he achieved high academic honors in the majority of his coursework, especially Neuroscience and Neurology.
He returned to Oklahoma City where he completed an internship in General Internal Medicine at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. He continued at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center to complete his specialty training at Oklahoma's only ACGME-accredited Neurology Residency Program.
Dr. McCoy is fully licensed by the Oklahoma State Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision to practice medicine without restriction. He is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, the American Board of Medical Specialties, and the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons. He is also a Junior Fellow in the American Academy of Neurology.
The privilege to serve the Stillwater Community as a medical specialist is something that Dr. Wedlake has aspired to since secondary school. It is his honor to care for the citizens of Stillwater and the surrounding communities, and something he is grateful to have the opportunity do. Dr. Wedlake is very passionate about the care of his patients… period. The doctor-patient relationship is something he takes very seriously, and holds in the utmost regard.
A Stillwater native, Dr. Wedlake attended Oklahoma State University where he completed his bachelor of science degree in microbiology and bacteriology. He then attended the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine where he earned his doctor of medicine. While completing his residency at the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center he was honored with the distinction of Chief Resident. Upon completing his medical degree, Dr. Wedlake made the easy decision to return “home” to provide improved neurologic healthcare for Stillwater residents. Dr. Wedlake was recently quoted saying “My hope is that patients realize my emphasis on doctor-patient relationships through their interactions with me, and ultimately know that their neurological health and well-being is my paramount concern. Above all else, I would hope that my patients leave my office saying “he actually listened to me…,” as it is my belief this is the first integral step to convalescence. Even in the age of complex laboratory tests and state-of-the-art imaging techniques, the most basic fundamental of medicine remains the human condition; forgetting this universal truth would be a disservice to our patients.”
Passionate about community service, Dr. Wedlake has volunteered for many worthy organizations. He has mentored and counseling children with disabilities through the Miracle League, served as a church camp counselor for Camp Impact, volunteered with Autisms Speaks, served as team captain and coordinator of the MS Walk, served as a UNITE volunteer for the First Christina Church, and was a medical staff volunteer for West of Heaven Church Camp.
In his spare time, Dr. Wedlake enjoys playing golf and tennis. He also enjoys running, bike riding, skiing, camping and hiking.