The South Peninsula Hospital Service Area Board oversees tax dollars for a healthier community. They represent the residents of the service area, which covers the majority of the southern peninsula, from Clam Gulch south. Tax dollars are collected in the service area and used specifically for capital projects and major equipment for the hospital. These funds are not used for general operations, but instead to enhance the hospital’s service with state-of-the-art technology and a modern facility.
The Board is made up of residents elected from the service area to work cooperatively with the South Peninsula Hospital, Inc. Board of Directors and Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly and Administration to expand the level of healthcare offered in our community. The Board meets the second Thursday of each month at 6:30pm in the South Peninsula Hospital’s lower level conference room. The public is encouraged to attend.
To learn more about becoming a board member, please contact the Borough office in Homer at 206 E. Pioneer Avenue.