Yoakum County Hospital’s state-of-the-art facilities don’t stop in Denver City. Our satellite location, Plains Clinic, is also committed to quality of care and convenience for patients. Our goal is to get every patient in and out of our office within one hour while still delivering personalized care. We understand that a diagnosis can be intimidating. That’s why we offer education to our patients about their own health. Whether it’s asthma, diabetes, anxiety, or depression, the providers at Plains Clinic empower patients to take control of their health.
Physical fitness and regular exercise can help prevent injury and illness, and in some cases improve current health conditions. The Lifestyle Center at Plains Clinic houses up-to-date fitness equipment from cardio and circuit machines to free weights. Not only are our hours convenient, but memberships from the West Texas Lifestyle and Rehab Center are also honored here.
Frank Goodman, DO, MS is a new physician joining Yoakum County Hospital medical team in September. Born in Fort Worth, Texas, he spent his childhood growing up around that area, mostly in rural Texas cutting horse country near Weatherford. He graduated from Fossil Ridge High School in Keller, Texas where he met his now wife, Danielle and went on to the University of North Texas for undergrad and Masters degree. He graduated from William Carey University of College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2018, during which he enjoyed his time learning medicine in rural Louisiana where they had their first child, Nathan. Dr. Goodman completed residency training in Osteopathic Family Medicine at OSU Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma in June of 2021 where he completed a Women’s Health Obstetrical track as one focus of his Family Medicine residency training. In Tulsa they also welcomed their second son Nick. Dr. Goodman then completed Osteopathic Neuromusculoskeletal Medicine Fellowship at OSU Medical Center. Dr. Goodman prides himself on providing wide-scope services in a Family Practice setting with a focus on promoting the body’s self-healing mechanisms with Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment. For the last two years, he worked for Cherokee Nation W. W. Hastings Emergency Department while completing his training in Tulsa. He has advanced training in musculoskeletal diagnostics and treatment procedures, Alzheimer’s disease treatment, along with his passions for maternity and preventative care. When not working, he enjoys hiking, hunting, fishing, and sports, cooking for the family, and evenings relaxing on the couch with the entire family watching a good movie or show.