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As she arrived on the scene on Badger Road, midway between North Pole and Fairbanks, her heart raced faster than the whirling red and blue lights from the emergency vehicles. On her way home from work just a few days after Christmas, Hilda Johnson received a phone call that her son, Jamie, was in a car accident. Jamie’s girlfriend called and said he was alert and in stable condition, but that Hilda would have to come and pick him up ...


The new issue of the Mukluk Telegraph, ANTHC’s quarterly newspaper, is now available on the Alaska Native Health Campus, at our Tribal partner organizations and online at www.anthc.org. The cover story celebrates 50 years of the Community Health Aide Program. Other stories include ANTHC’s work in traditional foods during our 20 years of operations, the 2018 Luminary Award winners, recognition of ANMC nurses during National Nurses’ Week and more. Read the new Mukluk Telegraph online here. If you would like ...


The Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation, the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium’s (ANTHC) charitable arm, will host the 11th annual Raven’s Ball on March 24 at the Hotel Captain Cook in Anchorage. The Raven’s Ball has garnered the reputation as one of Alaska’s most elegant black-tie celebrations and vibrant fundraising events. This year’s gala will continue the tradition of philanthropy that benefits the Foundation and its three key initiatives: improving medical care; strengthening wellness and prevention efforts; and promoting healthy village ...


The new issue of the Mukluk Telegraph, ANTHC’s quarterly newspaper, is now available on the Alaska Native Health Campus, at our Tribal partner organizations and online at www.anthc.org. The cover story celebrates ANTHC’s 20th year and includes timeline highlights from ANTHC’s early years. Other stories include clinic moves on the ANTHC campus, winners of the Tell Your Heart Story photo contest and more. Read the new Mukluk Telegraph online here. If you would like to update subscription information or begin ...


In celebration of ANTHC’s 20th year (2017-2018), we are republishing stories from our archives. A tree grows at ANMC. In fact, there are many trees that surround the Alaska Native Medical Center on Tudor Road, but one special spruce tree that began its life at the original Alaska Native Services Hospital (ANS) on 3rd Avenue in downtown Anchorage, continues to grow today on the Alaska Native Health Campus, just outside of the ANMC hospital. This wasn’t any old spruce – ...


Alaska Native leaders, Tribal partners and community members from across the state joined ANTHC’s Board of Directors and executive staff for the Consortium’s Annual Meeting on Monday at the Dena’ina Civic Center in Anchorage. The Annual Meeting is an exciting event that allows us to discuss our accomplishments and challenges in the last year, while also getting a chance to connect and communicate face to face with our people. ANTHC was formed in 1997, when Tribal health leaders across the ...

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