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Join the ANTHC Board of Directors, Consortium leaders and program directors at the ANTHC Annual Meeting on Monday, Nov. 27 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 2017 and a celebration of the Consortium’s work as we embark on our 20th year of Tribal ...


The Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation and the ANTHC Injury Prevention program are pleased to present “Thrive! Live Comedy Event” with sketch comedy group the 1491s on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at the Anchorage Marriott Downtown. The 1491s, a sketch comedy group self-described as, “a gaggle of Indians chock full of cynicism and splashed with a good dose of indigenous satire.” The 1491s have a prominent voice in popular culture and media, including on a Daily Show segment about the use of ...


After the Hurricane Irma storm cleared, a rapid public health response was needed for the citizens of the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. On Sept. 14, ANTHC Environmental Health and Engineering’s Safety Program Coordinator, Christopher Fish, a Lieutenant Commander in U.S. Public Health Service, was deployed to Puerto Rico to help with Hurricane Irma recovery efforts. The Commissioned Corps for the United States Public Health service offer their talents to the Alaska Tribal Health System as part of their ...


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 Eek residents who are saying goodbye to the honey bucket with the installation of in-home water service through an ANTHC Environmental Health and Engineering construction project. Other stories include a feature on the community relocation of Newtok, tips for staying healthy during flu season and more. Read the new ...


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 ...

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