In 1991, the AIDS Resource Center of Texoma (ARCOT) was incorporated as a private, non-profit, community based organization to address the needs of people in the Texoma area living affected by HIV/AIDS.
In 2007, after 16 years in the community, our name was formally changed to Callie Clinic, in honor of Mrs. Callie Frost’s charitable efforts. In 2014, our services expanded to include STI testing and care through a partnership with the State of Texas.
Since our beginnings in 1991, we have been the sole provider for Texoma residents impacted by HIV/AIDS with medical services, testing and case management funded by Federal Ryan White Grants and The State of Texas. Callie Clinic is managed by an exceptional staff who is always available to help you in the fight against STDs and HIV/AIDS. Whether it’s education, testing, or support, Callie Clinic is here for life.
At Callie Clinic we strive to create an atmosphere full of warmth, caring, and free of stigma or judgment.
Finance / IT Director
HIV Program Director
Front Desk Assistant
Melinda Spears L.V.N
Stacey Wheatley A.P.R.N.
Minaxi Rathod, M.D
Gene Voskuhl, M.D.
Outreach/Safety Compliance Coordinator
Whitney Vaughn R.N.
Medical Case Manager
Medical Assistant/Data Coordinator
The Dorset Foundation
The Texoma Health Foundation
The Wilson N Jones Foundation
The Hoblitzelle Foundation
The Elias & Hanna Regensburger Foundation
R.D. Beirne Trust
Community Foundations of Texas
Kent R. Hofmann Foundation
Patient First Care. Whether you need testing, consultation, family planning, or primary care, we are here to help.