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Neifert Joins Lakewood Health System behavioral health staff

Lakewood Health System is located at 49725 County Road 83, Staples.

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Dr. Peter Neifert
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STAPLES — Dr. Peter Neifert, psychiatrist, is the newest member of the Lakewood Health System Behavioral Health team.
Born in Honolulu, HI and raised in Colorado, Dr. Neifert majored in chemistry at Colorado College and received his medical degree from Mayo Medical School. He completed a combined civilian/active-duty Air Force residency in psychiatry at Wright State/Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, OH, where he was named Resident of the Year across 30 specialties of medicine in Dayton.

In 1999, Dr. Neifert was assigned to Ramstein Air Force Base in Germany and was honorably discharged in 2003. He is board certified in psychiatry and has been practicing psychiatry in central Minnesota since 2003. He has worked at Lakewood part-time since 2012.
Dr. Neifert has been happily married to his wife, Courtney, since 1994, and they have two children, Brandon and Rio.

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