Family Practice: Central Peninsula Hospital

Specialty: Family Practice

Location: Kenai and Soldotna, Alaska

Central Peninsula Hospital

Highlights:

  • Remodeled Clinic 2009
  • Sign-On Bonus and Paid Relocation
  • Employee Benefits
  • 5 days Paid Education
  • Annual Education Allowance
  • Productivity Incentive
  • Profitability Incentive
  • Paid Vacation
  • 403b & 457 plan
  • Planetree Hospital

Opportunity Information

Central Peninsula Hospital is currently recruiting for Family Practice physicians. This opportunity is to join Central Peninsula Family Practice or Cottonwood Health Center on the Kenai Peninsula. Each organization currently operates with physicians and mid-levels. The incoming physician would work as an employee.

Community Information

Central Peninsula Hospital, a 49-bed acute care facility, is located in Soldotna, with health centers located on the Kenai Peninsula, serving a population of over 30,000. The hospital contains advanced medical equipment and technology and was recently added to the AHA Most Wired list. More important, Central Peninsula Hospital has a top-notch, caring staff of health care professionals. The hospital receives resources and expertise due to close relationships with Providence Medical Center and Alaska Regional Hospital in Anchorage, approximately 150 miles driving distance.

The Kenai Peninsula is a very scenic area rich in outdoor activities. The world-famous Kenai River right through the center of town and easy access to nearby Kasilof River make Soldotna a premier fishing destination. From June through November, fishing opportunities are outstanding for Kings, Sockeye, Silver salmon, and trophy trout.

Soldotna is a service center at the junction of the Sterling Highway and Kenai Spur Highway on the Kenai Peninsula. The town was born when both roads were completed in the 1940’s and World War II veterans were given a 90-day preference to homestead the area.

Service Area Population: 30,000

Location: Soldotna is on the Kenai Peninsula, 150 highway miles south of Anchorage, at the junction of the Sterling and Kenai Spur Highways. It lays 10 miles inland from Cook Inlet and borders the Kenai River.

Access: By road via the Sterling Highway, 150 highway miles south of Anchorage or by a 20 minute air flight.

Accommodations: 18 hotels/motels, 33 lodges/cabins/bed and breakfasts.                                      25 restaurants/cafes/Lowes/Home Depot/Fred Meyer/Walmart

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