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Kristina Erhart, PA-C

Physicians Assistant-Certified

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.

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