Jeffrey Copeland, DO
Armed with a medical degree, a keen interest in emergency medicine and an unwavering commitment to help others at home and abroad, Dr. Copeland joined the U.S. Marines. He served first as a general medical officer and then soon as a full scope family medicine physician. He was stationed in California and Guam and periodically deployed around the world. He served patients and communities in Iraq, Liberia, Guam, earning several awards along the way.
Today he is proud to serve the people of Alaska. As a doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, he brings a whole-person approach to his practice.
Areas of Interest
- Family Medicine
- Urgent Care
- Bachelor’s Degree (BS), Biochemistry, University of Florida (1998)
- Medical Degree (DO), Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic (2002)
- Military Training, Field Medical Service School, Camp Pendleton, CA (2003)
- Military Training, Combat Casualty Care Course – Camp Bullis, TX (2002)
- Residency, Naval Hospital Jacksonville Family Medicine Residency, Jacksonville, FL (2007)
- Internship, Naval Hospital Jacksonville Family Medicine Residency, Jacksonville, FL (2003)
- Basic Life Support
- Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support
- Advanced Trauma Life Support
- Neonatal Resuscitation Program
- Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics
Memberships & Affiliations
- Committee at Mat-Su Regional Medical Center, Member
- Maternal/Child Health Committee at Mat-Su Regional Medical Center, Voting Member
Dr. Copeland has a long history of helping others in his spare time, including serving as an emergency department volunteer at the University of Florida, Scoutmaster for a Boy Scout troop on Guam, and a musician for the University of Florida Marching Band. Today he embraces the Alaska life and enjoys hiking, fishing, snowmobiling, camping, and spending time with family.