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The last walls have been built and the final touches are being prepared for the six-story, 202-room patient housing facility to welcome its first guests in January 2017. Earlier this month, ANTHC obtained the certificate of occupancy from the Municipality of Anchorage, which has allowed ANTHC staff to begin filling the guest rooms with the amenities that will truly make it a home away from home for the 60 percent of ANMC patients that travel to Anchorage for their care. ...


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. Improving access to health services for our people when and where ...


Join the Consortium Board of Directors and executive staff at the ANTHC Annual Meeting on Monday, Nov. 28 at the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage. The Annual Meeting is an opportunity for our people and our Tribal partners to learn about our work and share feedback with Consortium leadership. The meeting will include an overview of ANTHC accomplishments from fiscal year 2016 and a preview of the work we have planned to continue improving access to health care for our people. ...


Join the ANTHC Board of Directors, Consortium leaders and program directors at the ANTHC Annual Meeting on Monday, Nov. 28 at the Dena’ina Center in Anchorage. The ANTHC Annual Meeting is an opportunity for our people and our Tribal partners to learn about our work and share feedback with ANTHC leadership. The meeting will include an overview of ANTHC accomplishments from fiscal year 2016 and a preview of the work we have planned to continue improving access to health care ...


This November marks the Alaska Native Health Campus’ 10-year anniversary of becoming a tobacco-free campus. The Alaska Native Health Campus has been 100 percent tobacco free since 2006 and will celebrate this achievement on Nov. 17 in conjunction with the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout. The American Cancer Society began celebrating the one-day Great American Smokeout event in the 1970s primarily as a way to encourage current tobacco users to make a plan to quit, or to go completely ...


The Harvard Honoring Nations awarded the Alaska Rural Utility Collaborative (ARUC) with its highest award on Wednesday, Oct. 12 during a special presentation at the National Congress of American Indians conference in Phoenix, Arizona. ARUC was one of six semifinalists from Tribal programs across the country, out of an original field of 87 applicants. Harvard Honoring Nations is an award of The Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development, a project of the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard ...

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