Family Medicine

Trust your family’s health to the team at OSSO. From diagnosis to treatment of colds and illnesses to wellness exams and more, we’re your family’s total health resource.

Megan Hanner, DO

Family Medicine

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  • Family Medicine

Medical School

Oklahoma State University of Osteopathic Medicine


St. Anthony Hospital, Oklahoma City

Board Certifications

American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians

Megan Hanner, D.O. is a board certified physician here to provide comprehensive care for each member of the family. She graduated from the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa and completed her residency training at St. Anthony Hospital. Let Dr. Hanner and her team provide your family with compassionate and efficient care.

Complete Family Care

  • Acute Injury and Illness
  • Allergy & Asthma
  • Colds & Coughs
  • Flu
  • Sports Physicals
  • Stomach Flu
  • Vaccinations
  • Wellness Visits
  • Women’s Health

Dr. Hanner accepts most major insurance plans.

For appointments call 405.387.3323


OSSO Newcastle

300 NW 32nd Street  Newcastle, OK 73065


For appointments call 405.387.3323

Patient Forms

Download the OSSO Patient Packet and reduce the time spent in the waiting room.  Simply click download and then print the forms.  Please complete all information to the best of your knowledge.  Bring the completed forms with you to your appointment.  Also, if you have had previous diagnostic studies like an x-ray, MRI, CT Scan, or EKG please bring a copy of the report and the CD containing any images.  This is greatly appreciated and will prevent delays the day of your appointment.

Patient Packet Includes:

  • New Patient Questionnaire Form
  • HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices
  • Consent for Medication
  • Financial Policy
  • Authorization for Treatment
  • Referral Intake Form
  • Request for Release of Medical Records
  • Health History Form

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Patient Education

Rules for Healthy Living

  • Eat real food–not processed food (nothing from a package).
  • Eat food for fuel, not for fun or pleasure.
  • Stop eating when you are satisfied–don’t overeat.
  • Avoid sugars and grains.  This will help lower your carb intake and can reduce inflammation (food manufacturers add sugar to everything because it is addictive. Read the labels).
  • Do some physical activity or exercise daily–or at least on most days.  Do what you can, when you can, with what you have.
  • Do not smoke or use tobacco products.
  • Avoid artificial sweeteners.
  • Take care of your spiritual self.
  • Take time for you and the things you enjoy.

Click HERE to access the Online Patient Portal