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Mar 30, 2022

Panhandle State Communications

Panhandle State Alumni Announces 2022 Spring Alumni On the Move honoree, Dr. Jack Bryon Test, Jr.

Dr. Jack Bryon Test, Jr. is a Guymon native working as an Internal Medicine Physician in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He has been named the Spring 2022 Alumni On the Move honoree. Test is a Panhandle State graduate of 2011 with a degree in Computer Information Systems. He continued his education at Panhandle State to receive a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2012.

Byron Test, Jack’s dad, nominated him for his success after graduating as well as his time devoted to volunteering. He stated, “He has been a Boy’s State volunteer since 2005 after he went as a delegate. He has also received multiple awards for his volunteer efforts.”

Dr. Test chose to attend Panhandle State because his father taught at the university and the educational value at an affordable cost. The close and personal connection with faculty and staff that Panhandle State offers is one of his favorite things. He said, “My education was personally tailored to fit my career goals.”

After graduation, he utilized his Computer Information Systems degree by working as a Business Analyst for Midlands Management Corporation. Following that, he worked for Oklahoma State Senate before starting medical school at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine.

In 2017, he graduated from the program where he continued at the University of Oklahoma School of Community Medicine Internal Medicine Residency in Tulsa where he served as Chief Resident. Dr. Test was recognized in 2021 when he was named winner of two leadership and excellence in neurology awards in the medical industry.

As a graduate from 2012, he had a ton of advice for seniors and recent graduates. He said. “Hurry up. Develop a sense of urgency about everything in life. Time is the only resource you can’t buy when it runs short. Don’t be impatient, but spend your time wisely.” He continued with, “Plan your meals. It’s healthier and cheaper. After college age, weight gain can get out of hand quickly. There’s nothing wrong with a bologna sandwich when you’re 35.”

Dr. Test and his wife, Juliann, have two young children, Trigg and Lauralee. He enjoys traveling, skiing, water sports, and volunteering at the Oklahoma American Legion Boys State when he’s not working at the practice.

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