About the CREATION Health Study and Lifestyle Assessment

Creation Health Study

GEORGE E. GUTHRIE
GEORGE E. GUTHRIE
MD, CNS, MHP
Dr. Guthrie developed the CREATION Health® Study and engaged the Center for Health Futures to design the CREATION Health Lifestyle Assessment.

He has been involved in the development of several lifestyle change programs including the CREATION Health Program, Coronary Health Improvement Project (CHIP), and the Wellspring Diabetes Program.

With his expertise in lifestyle medicine, Dr. Guthrie joined the Florida Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program in 2007 where he continues to focus on community and lifestyle medicine at the Center for Family Medicine. Dr. Guthrie has had various speaking engagements around the world, including the television series he hosted, Your Life and Health.

Dr. Guthrie received his medical degree from Loma Linda University in 1981 and completed his residency at Hinsdale Hospital near Chicago. He has a certification from the Certification Board of Nutrition Specialists (CBNS), is a Certified Diabetic Educator (CDE) and has a special interest in the lifestyle treatment of Type 2 Diabetes, Hypertension, Obesity, and Coronary Heart Disease. He also obtained a Masters of Public Health degree with a focus on nutrition and joined the faculty of the School of Public Health and the School of Medicine at Loma Linda University.

The Center For Health Futures

The Center For Health Futures The Center for Health Futures crafted the CREATION Health Lifestyle Assessment under the direction of George E. Guthrie, MD, CNS, MHP.

The Center for Health Futures crafted the CREATION Health Lifestyle Assessment under the direction of George E. Guthrie, MD, CNS, MHP.

The Center For Health FuturesThe Center for Health Futures started with a vision of becoming a home for innovative, forward-thinking research on improving health and wellness, community health, and health systems by designing research and other initiatives to address a variety of challenges by engaging in both collaborative and corporate-sponsored research projects addressing issues such as:

  • Evaluating programs for improving lifestyles and wellbeing
  • Improving communication and coordination among physicians, nurses and care teams
  • Expanding and enhancing the healthcare workforce
  • Delivering low-cost, high-value approaches to chronic disease risk reduction and management
  • Developing culturally and linguistically competent healthcare providers
  • Engaging healthcare system leadership in community benefit
  • Assessing the impact of new health system protocols, products and technology