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Dr. Callie Mosburg

Dr. Callie Mosburg


Dr. Callie Mosburg is a native of Beaver, OK. She graduated as an Honor Student from Beaver High School in 2003 and moved to Alva, OK to attend Northwestern Oklahoma State University. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with Honors with a bachelor of science degree in Biology and a minor in Business Administration in 2008. Callie earned the T.C. Carter award for highest academic achievement among graduating seniors and was recognized as an Outstanding Senior at NWOSU.

Dr. Mosburg was accepted to Northeastern Oklahoma State University Oklahoma College of Optometry in 2011. While at NSUOCO she received advanced clinical training in family practice optometry, pediatrics, vision therapy, low vision, contact lenses, disease (diabetes, glaucoma, macular degeneration, etc), anterior segment laser therapy, and minor surgical procedures. After an 8 week externship focused on anterior segment disease and cataract surgery co-management at BVA Edmond and laser vision correction co-management at nJoy Vision in Oklahoma City, she earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from NSUOCO in May 2015.

Callie served as president of her optometry class from 2013-2014 and Vice President of Student Volunteers for Optometric Service to Humanity (SVOSH) from 2013-2014. She had the privilege of traveling to Roatan, Honduras for optometric mission trips in 2013 and 2014, volunteering for the Bedlam Clinic in Tulsa, OK serving low income diabetic patients, and serving as an “Opening Eyes” volunteer for the Special Olympics in Stillwater, OK.

Dr. Mosburg is especially excited to ensure kids have the best vision possible to excel in school and life. She enjoys working with kids of all ages and making eye exams fun! She also wants to help those with low vision (vision that cannot be corrected with glasses alone, generally due to disease) get the magnifiers and other devices necessary to function and enjoy day-to-day life independently, as her grandma suffers from low vision. She was awarded the Optelec Low Vision award during her final year at NSUOCO. Dr. Mosburg looks forward to serving your whole family’s eye care needs.

Dr. Mosburg is a member of the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians, the American Optometric Association, and the Optometric Council on Refractive Technology.

Dr. Mosburg is married to Calleb Mosburg and they have one daughter, Reese. Calleb & Callie are members of the First Baptist Church in Alva where she serves as the Operation Christmas Child relay center coordinator.  She enjoys spending time with Calleb & Reese, their cat (Toad), traveling to major league baseball stadiums, snowboarding, days at the lake, and scrapbooking.