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ANTHC and Alaska Pacific University (APU) hosted the first-ever Alaska Indigenous Research Program (AKIRP) in Anchorage. The theme for the program, which was held in May, was Promoting Resilience, Health and Wellness. The research program aims to increase cultural humility and sensitivity of health researchers with emphasis on the importance of Tribally-driven and culturally responsive research as well as support and grow Indigenous researchers and scholars. The program included three weeks of courses designed for all levels of research and ...


ANMC Purchased and Referred Care (PRC) offers limited benefits to eligible Alaska Native and American Indian people to help with emergency medical care while traveling out of Alaska.  Who is eligible? Patients who meet ANMC’s eligibility criteria and residency requirements. To meet residency requirements, the individual must not have been absent from Alaska for more than 180 days; and intend to live in Alaska indefinitely. Other criteria for eligibility includes: must provide proof of Tribal enrolment or descent, legal dependents ...


Claude “Bob” Bocatch was recently hired as ANTHC’s first Regional Liaison. After spending a few weeks at ANTHC’s offices in Anchorage, Bocatch started in Dillingham the week of June 17. ANTHC recognized the need to better support our partners by providing service locally. The diversity of services that ANTHC provides can make it difficult for a Tribal health organization to navigate. It can be a challenge to know and understand all that ANTHC does, let alone who to contact to ...


This spring, Alaska-based Partnering for Native Health Program was one of five global programs awarded at the World Justice Challenge: Access to Justice Solutions, a global competition aimed to “identify, recognize and promote good practices and successful solutions to improve access to justice.” A collaborative effort between the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, the Alaska Legal Services Corporation (ALSC), and Alaska Pacific University (APU), Partnering for Native Health Program trains health providers to screen patients for potentially health-harming legal needs ...


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 here. The cover story highlights ANMC’s reverification as a Level II Pediatric Trauma Center. Other stories include ANTHC’s recognition as a top employer by Forbes, a photo essay showcasing the completion of a project to bring water service to Eek homes and tips for emergency care while traveling. If you would like to update ...


The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) was named by Forbes as the Best-In-State Employer for Alaska, in the first-ever ranking of America’s best employers by state. Forbes partnered with Statista, a market research company, to pinpoint the organizations liked best by employees across the U.S. The ranking is divided into 51 lists: one for each of the 50 states, plus the District of Columbia. ANTHC is a nonprofit Tribal health organization designed to meet the unique health needs of ...

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