Central Peninsula Hospital

About Central Peninsula Hospital

At Central Peninsula Hospital (CPH), every employee is considered a caregiver, an integral part of our health care team. For more than 30 years, Central Peninsula Hospital has enjoyed a reputation for providing quality health care to our community, which encompasses a service area of over 25,600 square miles. This reputation is maintained by our staff of more than 600 qualified employees. We all, regardless of position, are responsible for ensuring the most positive experience possible for our patients, visitors and staff.

CPH Facts
Central Peninsula Hospital (CPH) is a Kenai Peninsula Borough (KPB) owned 49-bed not-for-profit acute care community hospital. As the first Planetree affiliated hospital in Alaska, CPH seeks to support and heal in all dimensions- body, mind and spirit. CPH provides a wide range of inpatient, outpatient, and community services. Heritage Place, a long-term residential care facility located one block from the hospital, is home to around 60 residents. Serenity House is a 12-bed residential treatment facility. The Kenai Health Center provides outpatient laboratory and radiology services in the community of Kenai, 11 miles away. Two outpatient physical therapy locations serve patients in both Kenai and Soldotna. Central Peninsula Family Practice provides primary medical care to families throughout our community.

Benefits of Working for CPH
Central Peninsula Hospital is committed to offering employee salaries and benefits competitive with other health-care organizations in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.


Healthcare Intern

June 2019 Soldotna, AK
“The experience I had at Central Peninsula Hospital was amazing. I was able to learn the role of the director and manager of Physician Services. I was also able to shadow in every department of the hospital which provided me with knowledge of all the different aspects in a hospital and how they all connect. ”
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