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Dr. Craig Humphreys, Planetree Physician Champion 2013 for Central Peninsula Hospital

The Physician Champion Award presented by Planetree recognizes a physician who champions the Planetree model of compassionate, patient-centered care and whose actions demonstrate her or him to be a role model for other medical staff members.

Planetree, a worldwide, not-for-profit organization raising the standard of personalized healthcare by coaching organizations to inspire and enable their caregivers to transform the healthcare experience they provide. Central Peninsula Hospital has been actively engaged in implementing the Planetree model for the past 10 years, focusing on compassionate, individualized care and providing meaningful opportunities to partner with patients and families. This fall CPH was named a Planetree Designated ® Patient-Centered Hospital, making CPH one of 24 hospitals nation-wide and one of 45 internationally who have achieved this distinction.

 


Dr. Craig Humphreys, fellowship-trained spine surgeon, featured in Central Peninsula Hospital commercial showcasing the O-Arm Technology

 


Dr. Craig Humphreys is featured in the new issue of Alaska Pulse magazine featuring “New Spine Imaging Technology – Medtronic O-arm Surgical Imaging System.”

 

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