The Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC) is a 167-bed hospital providing comprehensive medical services to Alaska Native and American Indian people living in the state. In 2003, ANMC became the first hospital in Alaska to receive Magnet® designation for nursing excellence. Today, we remain Alaska’s only Magnet-recognized hospital, the highest honor bestowed to a health care organization for nursing excellence.
Our Magnet nurses provide culturally appropriate, family-centered care in a unique hospital environment. Among ANMC’s health care team, our nurses are viewed as respected partners, collaborators and leaders. They are constantly seeking ways to improve the services and care we provide, from processes and initiatives to technology and equipment. More than 80 percent of our front line nurses hold Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees and 45 percent have received specialty certifications.
ANMC was Alaska’s first hospital to receive Level II Trauma designation in 1999, providing the highest level of trauma care possible to our patients. ANMC serves as the referral center for every Tribal health facility in the state.
As an employee of the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC), you receive many benefits that contribute to a healthy and sustainable worklife balance, from medical coverage options to a generous amount of paid time off.
Framed by mountain ranges and the ocean, few cities combine natural beauty, outdoor recreation, history and culture more impressively than Anchorage, Alaska. A city of more than 300,000 people, Anchorage balances modern urban life with easy access to outdoor activities. If the quality of your personal life is as important as the quality of care you provide your patients, a nursing practice at the Alaska Native Medical Center is a perfect fit for you. Come practice at one of America’s most unique hospitals in one of the world’s most incredible locations!