King Cove Medical Clinic - King Cove Community Health Center
100 Slocum Dr
King Cove AK, 99612
Contact Phone:(907) 497-2311
Clinic Details:Eastern Aleutian Tribes provides Medical, Dental, and Behavioral Health services in federally qualified health centers in the Alaskan communities of Adak, Akutan, Cold Bay, False Pass, King Cove, Nelson Lagoon, Sand Point and Whittier.
Details: The City of Galena provides health care services for the community at the Edgar Nollner Health Center (ENHC). This modern facility offers basic health care, as well as telemedicine, teleradiology, digital x-ray, emergency and consulting rooms, ambulance, and conferencing and administrative facilities.
Details: Dahl Memorial Clinic in Skagway, AK provides general medical and family practice outpatient care with two Physicians Assistants, one Advanced Nurse Practitioner and a Behavioral Health Clinician. DMC also provides limited emergency services and facilitates medical evacuation as necessary. DMC is equipped with nine general exam rooms, one pediatric room, three urgent care rooms, dispensary, lab, x-ray, Behavioral Health suite, and rooms for visiting providers for ultrasound, physical therapy, occupational therapy, optometry, dentistry, and public health. DMC serves all patients regardless of ability to pay.
Details: Formed by a consortium of Bristol Bay tribes (Yup’ik, Dena’ina, and Supiak/Alutiiq - the original inhabitants of our region), in 1973 to provide comprehensive health care services. Bristol Bay Area Health Corporation manages Kanakanak Hospital, a critical access facility which is Joint Commission accredited. We have a unique and challenging history of health care service and a diverse population in the Bristol Bay region. With over 40 years of providing Tribal health care management, and over 100 years of health care services offered through Kanakanak Hospital, we look forward to serving you.
Details: Norton Sound Health Corporation provides quality health services and promotes wellness among our people and within our environment. Norton Sound Regional Hospital is the center of NSHC’s hospital services, including inpatient and emergency treatment, preventive care and laboratory services. A new hospital building, completed in 2012, includes expanded facilities for the entire spectrum of NSHC services.
Details: Our Mission: To provide self-sufficiency and independence of the Unangan/Unangas by advocacy, training, technical assistance and economic enhancement; To assist in meeting the health, safety and well-being needs of each Unangan/Unangas community; To promote, strengthen and ensure the unity of the Unangan; and To strengthen and preserve Unangax cultural heritage.
Details: In partnership with the Chickaloon Village Traditional Council, SCF assumed management of health care services offered between Palmer and Eureka, including Sutton, Chickaloon and Glacier View in 2013. As a designated Community Health Center, supported by a federal grant, this clinic in Sutton provides medical services to both Alaska Native and non-Native people. Discounts are offered depending upon both household income and size.
Details: The Community Health Aide Program (CHAP) provides village-based primary health care in 47 village clinics in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, including acute, chronic and emergency care, preventative services, and health promotion disease prevention activities to individuals, families, and their communities.
Details: SEARHC is a non-profit tribal health consortium of 18 Native communities, which serves the health interests of the Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian, and other Native people of Southeast Alaska. We are one of the oldest and largest Native-run health organizations in the nation. SEARHC was established in 1975 under the provisions of the Indian Self-Determination Act. The intent of this legislation was to have Indian Health Service programs and facilities turned over to tribal management. Our contracting with IHS began in 1976 when we took over management of the Community Health Aides Program. In 1982, we took over operation of the IHS Juneau clinic, now the Ethel Lund Medical Center, and took over operation of Sitka’s Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital in 1986.