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Oklahoma State University


University Health Services has partnered with Grand Lake Mental Health Center to provide telemedicine psychiatric services to our student population. A telemedicine suite has been established within the clinic where students will come for their visits and be able to interact remotely with assigned psychiatrists from Grand Lake for all their clinical needs. This partnership ensures our services are closely aligned with existing community mental health services and allows us to support our psychiatric patients with a natural gateway into the supportive resources the community mental health partnership has created.


David McElwain

Dr. David McElwain, M.D., supervising psychiatrist, is a psychiatrist with over 30 years of experience. He began his education at Oklahoma State University and completed his psychiatric residency through the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in 1983. Dr. McElwain has spent the last 30 years walking the wellness journey alongside individuals experiencing homelessness, incarceration, and working with adults with developmental disabilities. For the past 18 years, he has served as a consulting psychiatrist for the OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine in Tulsa. When asked about his new role with the students at OSU in Stillwater, Dr. McElwain stated, “I love working with college-age adults and am very pleased to be involved with undergrad and graduate students at OSU through my position as psychiatrist at Grand Lake Mental Health Center.”

Nicolette Winterscheidt

Nicolette Winterscheidt is a board certified Physician Assistant. Prior to completing her physician assistant training at Oklahoma City University, Nicolette graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences from Oklahoma State University (OSU) in Stillwater. Before joining Grand Lake Mental Health Center, Nicolette worked to increase access to healthcare to medically underserved populations in the Oklahoma City area. When asked about partnering with OSU in helping increase mental wellness for the student population, Nicolette stated, “I am excited for the opportunity to provide mental health services to my alma mater. Go Pokes!”


To schedule an appointment, call 405-744-7665 for availability.