• Melanie Roland and Lauren Christiansen offer free blood glucose screenings at the Diabetes Prevention Zombie fun Run.
  • Kristina Willard (Zombie) terrorizes youth participant Jordan Wheeler as mom Susan (Team Incredi-BAIT) looks on.
  • Brandon Waipa, Lucille & Joey Valadez along with Broyline Ligow and Jamie Noes cross the Zombie Run finish line.
  • Over 115 runners, 30 Zombies, and 20 volunteers came out in support of diabetes prevention's premier of the Bethel Zombie Run.
  • First place youth finisher Paul Hunter is flocked by Zombies. Diabetes Prevention & Control was the sponsor of Bethel's Premier Zombie Run.
  • Top three female adult finishers survive the wrath of the Zombies.

News

August 26th, 2014

YK Regional Hospital in Top 15%

YK Delta Regional Hospital has been recently recognized by the Health Information Management Systems Society for YKHC’s remarkable achievement in reaching Stage 6 in successful adoption of it’s Electronical Medical Record system, R.A.V.E.N., which stands for Record And Verification Electronic Network.   In a July memo addressed to President/CEO Dan Winkelman by HIMSS President/CEO and… Read More »

August 26th, 2014

Sudan Gala raises $13K

The 7th Annual Sudan Gala raised approximately $13,0000 last week on August 19th. Numerous community organizers host the annual gala in a grass roots planning effort out of support to YKHC’s very own Dr. Jill Seaman and her medical relief work in the south Sudan community of Old Fangak.Seaman, who has worked as a locum… Read More »

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YKHC Has Earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval™

For over 50 years, The Joint Commission has been accrediting healthcare organizations. Any customer of YKHC may contact The Joint Commission to report concerns about patient safety or quality of care. The Joint Commission may be contacted by email, fax, mail, or by phone. Learn More »

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