J. Craig Stevens

Medical Director - Occupational Health, Bonner General Hospital

About J. Craig Stevens

J. Craig Stevens, MD, serves Bonner General Hospital of Sandpoint, Idaho, as the medical director of its Departments of Rehabilitation Medicine Services. He also functions as an occupational medicine specialist in the hospital’s Occupational Health department. Prior to accepting these positions in 1998, Dr. J. Craig Stevens practiced in Washington, DC, and its suburbs in Maryland.

Born and raised in New York City, Dr. J. Craig Stevens earned his medical degree from New York Medical College in 1976. He completed a year’s internship in internal medicine in Philadelphia’s Lankenau Hospital before becoming a resident at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, also in Philadelphia, where he specialized in physical medicine and rehabilitation. Upon completing his residency in 1979, Dr. Stevens assumed the post of medical director of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) at the National Naval Medical Center, in Bethesda, Maryland, a position he held until 1982. Until 1998, Dr. Stevens worked in several hospitals and medical offices in Maryland, directing PM&R departments and consulting with workers’ compensation departments and carriers.

A sought-after consultant on occupational medicine issues, Dr. J. Craig Stevens performs independent medical evaluations (IMEs) on claimants referred by all of Idaho’s workers’ compensation carriers. In 2003, in consideration of the distances traveled by many of his patients, he established a satellite office in Post Falls, Idaho, where he meets with patients twice a week. Dr. Stevens also travels once a month to Lewiston, Idaho, where he performs IMEs at the St. Joseph Regional Medical Center.

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