"Marshal Harpe grew up on a small farm in Amboy Washington before heading off to the U.S. Naval Academy upon graduation from high school. He was part of the “Top Gun” era, and had planned on flying jets upon graduation, like most of the other Midshipmen. Dreams of being a pilot were quickly dismantled when he sustained several serious medical conditions and ended up spending an extended period of time in the hospital recovering. This experience derailed flying plans but opened his eyes and inspired him to a future in medicine. After a short tour as a Naval Supply Officer, Dr. Harpe’s medical career took root. Marshal Harpe attended and graduated from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, with a Doctor of Osteopathy degree in 2000. He returned to active duty service with the Navy as a Medical Officer and went on to complete internships in both Family Practice and Surgery, a year of Orthopedic Residency training, and a Family Practice Residency at Naval Hospital Bremerton. Dr. Harpe served tours with the U.S. Navy onboard two ships, an overseas tour with the U.S. Marines, and a remote tour as the Senior Medical Officer to Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean. He deployed two times to the Persian Gulf in support of Operation Iraqi and Enduring Freedom. He retired at Naval Hospital Oak Harbor in 2016, after 28 years of Naval Service. Dr. Harpe learned about Direct Primary Care through a training conference he attended near the end of his Naval Service and immediately realized the value of this type of practice model, placing the physician patient relationship at the core of practice, while eliminating the barriers, restrictions, and added costs of the interfering insurance provider. With inspiration of a better way to practice medicine and starting on a new chapter in his life and career, Dr. Harpe moved with his family to the beautiful valley of Trout Lake, with a vision to bring affordable, life changing medical care to the rural and medically underserved small town of Trout Lake and neighboring small towns. Dr. Harpe is married to Shanea Harpe (a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner), and has two children Gabriel and Lydia. He enjoys hiking, archery hunting, fishing, running, cycling, and any other outdoor adventure when not practicing medicine. He has a strong faith in our Savior, Jesus Christ."
"We at Trout Lake Clinic are here with a mission to serve local community in and around Trout Lake, Washington. We offer a special model of care known as Direct Primary Care, which you can learn more about on our website. We do not take insurance, but offer a very affordable membership, or cash fee for service acute care option. We also have the added benefit of a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner available to help optimize your health and nutrition. Feel free to review the materials on our site and call or email us if you have additional questions. You may call to set up a free 15 min. consultation if you would like to discuss whether Trout Lake Clinic may be a good fit for your care! If you are looking for a health provider in the Trout Lake Valley, you’ve come to the perfect place!"