Kristina Erhart, PA-C
Kristina has been in the State of Alaska for most of her adult life. She came to Alaska for adventure and never left. Instead, she found more adventure and became a wilderness guide, leading fly-in only backpack and rafting trips in the remote Brook’s Range and ran a bakery at a Fairbanks downhill ski area in the winter months.
Kristina pursued her physician assistant degree at University of Utah School of Medicine in Salt Lake City where she trained on a small Navajo reservation in the 4-Corners region in the Lower 48. She returned to Alaska to work in “the Bush” for 3 years.
Next, she opened a Family Medicine clinic in Seward, AK and 7 years later moved to Anchorage. She has been in Anchorage for 8 years, mostly working in the private sector practicing Psychiatry and/or Family Medicine. Her current medical practice integrates Mental and Behavioral Health with her knowledge of Family Medicine, and Cultural and Spiritual modalities to form a holistic model of health tailored to each patient. The individual’s personal goals combined with his/her motivation to grow and heal direct her recommendations and treatment of as well.
Kristina lives in a “Tiny House” in Anchorage with her cat, Sophie, and enjoys an active life of running, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, and hiking, camping, and fishing with her teenage son.