A native of Arkansas, Sheryl grew up and attended high school in DeQueen, Arkansas. She attended University of Central Arkansas prior to being accepted to University of Oklahoma Physician Assistant Program where she earned a Bachelor of Science as PA in 1996. She joined Ozark Orthopaedics in October 2019 and is looking forward to this new opportunity and being able to help people return to their active lifestyles.
Sheryl has lived in Fayetteville since 2000. She is married and has 3 children. Her and her husband love spending time with their kids who are very active in sports. Her hobbies include running, hiking, traveling, camping and many other outdoor activities.
Mandy Hawes, PA-C
Mandy attended the University of Central Arkansas where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2012. She received her Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Harding University in 2014. She joined Dr. Randolph’s Orthopedic Spine practice in 2015 where she has spent equal time in clinic and assisting in the operating room. Mandy specializes in conservative and surgical treatment of the spine. While originally from St. Vincent, Arkansas, she now lives in NWA with her husband and two dogs. In her spare time, you can usually find her outside either running or biking.
Robert Sanderson, PA-C
Robert Sanderson is dual certified as a Physician Assistant and in Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support. Robert attended the University of Arkansas where he earned his undergraduate degree. He received his Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Harding University in 2010. He joined Ozark Orthopaedics in 2011 and practices under the supervision of Dr. Kris Hanby. Robert specializes in hips and knees. He also works with Dr. Hanby in the OR. Robert currently resides in NWA with his wife and their twins.
Greg Smith, PA, ATC
Greg Smith is dual certified as a Physician Assistant and Athletic Trainer. Greg is a clinic based Physician Assistant striving to provide accessibility and quality of care in Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine. Greg works within ALL Orthopaedic Specialities and specializes in conservative spine care.
A native of Fayetteville, Greg received his training in Physician Assistant Studies at George Washington University and graduated among the top of his class in 2013. Prior to pursuing a career as a Physician Assistant, Greg was a collegiate baseball athlete before obtaining a graduate degree in Athletic Training at the University of Arkansas in 2008. He then worked as an Athletic Trainer for Coastal Carolina University for 2 years before matriculation into Physician Assistant school. Greg and his wife Lindsay live in NWA with their daughter, Piper, and son, Walker. They enjoy spending time with family and friends. They both like to stay active and are avid sports fans. GO HOGS!