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Central Peninsula Hospital

Soldotna, AK, USA

Central Peninsula Hospital is a 49-bed acute,  not-for-profit facility, owned by the Kenai Peninsula Borough and operated by a corporation, Central Peninsula General Hospital, Inc. (CPGH, Inc.) located in Soldotna, Alaska.  CPH's journey began in 1971 as a modest community facility served by three physicians and 50 years later, it has matured into a state-of-the-art facility with 20 offsite campus locations including a 60-bed Continuing Care facility, (Heritage Place), serving a primary service area of approximately 39,000 residents and total service area for the Kenai Peninsula at approximately 60,000 residents. 

As the first Planetree Alliance affiliated hospital in Alaska, CPH seeks healing in all dimensions:  mental, emotional, spiritual and social as well as physical.  We are Joint Commission certified with a Certification of Distinction in the management of Joint Replacement - Hip and Knee.  The Central Peninsula Spine program will be surveyed in May of this year.  

We joined the ACLM as a Health Systems Council Member in February of 2023.