Central Peninsula Hospital



Central Peninsula Hospital (CPH) is a 49-bed not-for-profit acute care accredited hospital with approximately 880 staff members.  The campus supports several primary and speciality clinics, behavioral health, continuing care, rehabilitation, radiation oncology services and an excellect spine program.  Located in Soldotna, Alaska and just minutes away from Alaska's famed Kenai River, CPH is the primary health care facility serving the Central Kenai Peninsula with a service area of approximately 35,000 residents.  As the first Planetree designated hospital in Alaska, CPH seeks to provide healing in all dimensions:  mental, emotional, spiritual and social, as well as physical.


Awards

October 10, 2018 - Central Peninsula Hospital received Gold Re-Certification as a Person-Centered Hospital in Boston, MA.