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ANTHC now offers a new specialty clinic, the Walk-in Clinic, for non-emergent health care services for our people while visiting Anchorage. The Walk-in Clinic at ANMC is for patients of all ages who have an illness or injury that needs immediate care but are not experiencing a medical emergency. Here are some reasons to visit the Walk-in Clinic at ANMC: medication refills vaccinations fever school and Dept. of Transportation physicals sinus and ear infections sore throats and colds cuts and ...


When pursuing a vision as bold as the Consortium’s, we require the broadest view of health possible. ANTHC is connecting improvements in Alaska Native health to other health factors in the lives of the people we serve. ANTHC makes connections between our medical care, our homes, our environments, our education and our Alaska Native lifestyles and traditions. “Connecting Tribal Health” is the theme of the 2018 ANTHC Annual report, now available online. This year’s annual report recognizes achievements from 2018, ...


This story was one of ANTHC’s top news items in 2018. The original story was published in February 2018. Recently, Alaska Pacific University announced the launch of five innovative undergraduate and graduate programs designed to meet the pressing workforce development needs of the state and strengthen Alaska Native communities. Building on the strategic partnership with ANTHC, APU has developed new programs in nursing, community health, and rural management and redesigned programs in counseling psychology. Each of these academic programs supports ...


This story was one of ANTHC’s top news items in 2018. The original story was published in November 2018. The Harvard Honoring Nations awarded the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium’s three health aide training programs, collaboratively known as the Tribal Community Health Provider Programs, with its High Honors award during a special presentation at the 75th annual National Congress of American Indians conference in Denver, Colorado. According to The Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development, Honoring Nations “identifies, celebrates ...


This story was one of ANTHC’s top news items in 2018. The original story was published in the April-June 2018 issue of the Mukluk Telegraph. Read it and others online by clicking here.   This year, the Community Health Aide Program turns 50! Alaska Community Health Aides and Practitioners (CHA/Ps) are the frontline of health care in their communities. For many people living in rural areas, CHA/Ps are providing the preventative care that is helping to improve the health of all ...


This story was one of ANTHC’s top news items in 2018. The original story was published in January 2018. As of 2017, 42 communities and more than 3,000 Native households in rural Alaska still lack sanitation infrastructure and access to safe drinking water. Even though steady progress has been made since 1970 in providing modern piped infrastructure to rural communities, these unserved communities and households are still reliant on the honey bucket. For 31 Alaska communities, new challenges to providing ...