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The Alaska Dispatch News (ADN) recently published a misleading story regarding the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium’s compensation of its Directors and members of its executive team. To ensure the public has a complete and accurate view of the facts, we wanted to take this opportunity to clarify several key points. Read ANTHC’s response


The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium invites you to join us on Tuesday, June 27 at 7 p.m. at the Regal Cinemas Tikahtnu 16 Theater. This free film screening and panel discussion will feature film creator and University of Alaska Fairbanks Vice Chancellor Evon Peter, and film participants. About We Breathe Again For centuries survival was difficult for Alaska Native people, but they lived full lives. Today survival is easier, but Alaska Native people are dying young. Alaska Native people ...


Interested in cutting-edge technology and the health and well-being of our Alaska Native people? Then a career in Health Care Technology Management at Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium may be the right fit for you. ANMC Biomedical Engineering will host an informational table Wednesday and Friday during Health Care Technology Management Week at the Alaska Native Medical Center hospital lobby by the first floor elevators. Visitors can participate in demonstrations of the intersection between human physiology and engineering technology, as ...


A new medical-legal partnership program aims to improve the health of our Alaska Native patients at Alaska Native Medical Center by reducing hardships brought on by social or environmental factors, which can negatively impact wellness. ANMC will partner with Alaska Legal Services Corporation (ALSC) to provide the services, which can include: decision-making matters (such as power of attorney, guardianship, and Advance Directives), public benefits (such as denial, reduction or termination of Medicaid, SNAP, or Social Security), safety concerns (such as ...


April was National Volunteer Appreciation Month and ANMC celebrated by recognizing our robust team of volunteers who work throughout the ANMC hospital. ANMC’s Volunteer Services strive to make ANMC volunteers a comforting and resourceful presence to support the highest-quality patient care, and they do just that. Last year, more than 190 volunteers dedicated over 30,000 hours of support to the ANMC hospital in a variety of ways – staffing the ANMC Craft Shop, assisting clinical staff and patients, reading to ...


The high quality of the care we provide at the Alaska Native Medical Center is something that distinguishes the Tribal management of our hospital, and an area that we are constantly striving to improve. One way the ANMC Customer Experience Department focuses on improving the customer experience is through recognition of national Patient Experience Week. This year from April 24 to April 28, Patient Experience Week was a time to re-energize and recommit ANMC hospital staff and their efforts to ...

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