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For several years, ANTHC has been a volunteer home for AmeriCorps VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) members. These individuals devote a year of their time to tackling pressing issues in rural communities impacted by poverty. At ANTHC, these volunteers have built and implemented innovative and sustainable solutions improving Alaska Native health and economic well-being. Some have even joined ANTHC as high-performing employees. This year, ANTHC became a direct host site for AmeriCorps VISTA members, working directly with Corporation for ...


As the State of Alaska embarks on its next phase of planning for improving public health of Alaskans, help the State and ANTHC understand statewide health concerns by taking the Healthy Alaskans 2030 survey by clicking here. The State of Alaska, through its Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS), partnered with the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium to create the State’s health improvement plan called Healthy Alaskans 2020. The Healthy Alaskans 2020 mission is “Healthy Alaskans in healthy communities”. ...


Recent earthquake activity in Anchorage had ANMC and Anchorage residents thinking about earthquake safety. This article was pulled from the Mukluk Telegraph archives.   When it opened on November 29, 1953, the Anchorage Medical Center of the Alaska Native Service was the largest civilian building in Alaska. The hospital experienced a great deal of change in its first 11 years in downtown Anchorage, but few things altered the facility more dramatically than the 9.2-magnitude earthquake that hit Alaska on Good ...


Due to earthquake-related repairs at the Dena’ina Center venue, we have canceled the ANTHC Annual Meeting. We apologize for the short notice. We will send out notice once we have rescheduled our annual meeting.


Download Safe Sleep tips graphic from above by clicking here. In 2018, nearly 1,600 babies were born at ANMC. The safety and health of every baby delivered at our hospital is important and we want to provide families who choose to deliver at ANMC with the best resources to ensure the well-being of their child. Thanks to the many individuals who either made one-time donations or have donated every pay period through payroll deduction, our Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation (HANF) ...


Each year, the March of Dimes Alaska Chapter honors Alaska’s exemplary registered nurses whose leadership and contributions make a significant impact in their community and in the profession of nursing by giving Nurse of the Year Awards. Sixteen caregivers were honored for their extraordinary level of patient care, compassion, integrity, professionalism and leadership in the nursing profession at the March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Awards. Approximately 300 guests attended the dinner Saturday, Nov. 3, at the Hilton Anchorage. ...

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