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Aaron Sizelove, D.O.

Aaron Sizelove has been at Harper County Community hospital since June 2016. He completed his family medicine residency in Enid in 2012. Aaron worked at Enid Integris prior to coming Harper County. He graduated from OSU medical school in 2009. He was born in Wichita and grew up in Laverne, OK.  He has a wife, Dalaina, and son, Kiefer. He enjoys huntying, cherry snowcones, and the occasional cruise with his family.

Alysia Smith, P.A.-C

Alysia Smith started working at Harper County Community Hospital in November of 2020. Alysia obtained her undergraduate qualifications from the University of Colorado where she achieved a BS in Biology, with emphasis in Human Biology, and a BA in Women's and Ethnic Studies, with a minor in General Communication. She obtained her Masters of Physician Assistant from Wichita State University in August 2020. Alysia is a dedicated professional, who enjoys being part of a team. She prides herself on her interpersonal skills, and is focused on providing exceptional patient care. 

Timothy Legg, P.A.

Tim Legg started at Harper County Community Hospital in February of 2020. He retired from the U.S. Air Force and obtained his associate degree from the Community College of the Air Force in Montgomery, AL. He then obtained his bachelor’s degree from NWOSU in 2017 and earned a Master of Health Science Physician Assistant the University of Oklahoma in 2019. Tim grew up in small town Mutual, OK. He enjoys a variety of sports. He and his wife Vicky have three grown children, enjoy traveling, and love attending Sooner football games. 




Harper County Community Hospital was established in 1963 as a result of the combined efforts of Dr. Frank Hudson and a group of highly committed investors.



Harper County Community Hospital is a critical access, county hospital. Our mission is to provide all of Harper County and the surrounding area with the highest quality health care at the lowest possible competitive cost.


We believe that healthcare is more than just a business. Our success will come from our honest
desire to serve and our ability to meet the needs of the individuals who rely upon us for their
healthcare services.


We believe that each person is unique. We will treat people as individuals with respect for their
dignity and work to ensure their right to simple thoughtfulness and courtesy.


We believe in quality healthcare provided by competent and caring persons, and we will demand
the highest possible performance from all employees and others who work within the clinics and


We believe in the prudent commitment of our resources and promote sound financial management
and fiscal viability for the organization. Further, we believe that essential healthcare should be
available to all persons within the region we serve regardless of ability to pay.


We recognize that the healthcare industry is becoming increasingly more competitive. We will
aggressively compete with other hospitals and healthcare providers in our region to provide efficient, effective, high-quality healthcare services and programs at a fair price for individuals in the region we serve.


We believe in maintaining within the organization an environment of trust and fairness, and we
will be be trusting and fair in all dealings with our patients, employees and others with whom we and work.

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