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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 ...


The Director of the Indian Health Service (IHS) recognizes individuals or groups of employees whose special efforts and contributions, beyond regular duty requirements, have resulted in significant benefits to IHS programs, priorities, or customers and fulfillment of the IHS mission. Commander Shad Schoppert, ANMC Supervisory Facilities Management Engineer, received the 2018 IHS Director’s Award for his exceptional leadership of the ANMC Facilities team following the 7.1-magnitude earthquake on Nov. 30, 2018. Cmdr. Schoppert, along with other award winners throughout the ...


In partnering with a Tribal health organization in need of support, ANTHC has been honored with the Indian Health Service Director’s Award for helping to improve the quality and delivery of pharmaceutical care services at the Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation (BBAHC). The ANTHC leadership consultative team that earned the award was headed by Vivian Echavarria, VP of Professional and Support Services, Capt. Kara King, Director of Pharmacy, and Cmdr. Sara Doran-Atchison, Manager Pharmacy Quality Improvement. According to IHS, the ...


June is National Healthy Homes month! The Office of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) designated June to spotlight the importance of having and maintaining a healthy home. This year’s theme is Growing up Safe and Healthy: 5 Minutes to a Healthy Home. ANTHC’s Healthy Homes program aims to do this all the time, but in recognition of Healthy Homes Month, we’re hosting a contest on social media. Over the course of this month, we will be posting seven Healthy Homes ...


Clockwise from left to right: Joyce Martin, Matthew Brown, Mary Krusen and Meg Mapili. ANMC’s nurses display their commitment and excellence through professional development and evidence-based practice when caring for our people. In addition to their work and education, many of ANMC’s nurses participate in shared governance, on councils that consult and collaborate with each other to make the best decisions to successfully facilitate and ensure quality patient care and outcomes. In May, ANMC celebrates and thanks our nurses during ...


Each May, the Alaska Native Health Campus becomes a focal point in Anchorage for positive actions during Mental Health Awareness Month. This year, ANTHC is also encouraging our people across the state to complete weekly wellness activities for our mental health and enter to win prizes, along with hosting a number of awareness events on campus in promotion of mental health. Learn more at anthc.org/mentalhealthawareness/. Weekly activities to promote mental health and win Each week during the month, we’re asking ...

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