A special evening presentation on March 31 with renowned Native architect Johnpaul Jones set the tone for YKHC’s twenty-second annual Tribal Unity Gathering, emphasizing the continued importance of culture, language and traditions in designing health care programs and services.
YKHC’s annual Tribal Gathering begins Tuesday, March 31. The community is invited to join renowned architect Johnpaul Jones for a talk on “Elements of Cultural Planning” at the Bethel Cultural Center.
Meet PA Alyssa Condon, YKHC’s lead for the clinical aspects of RAVEN–our electronic health record system, a sort of liaison between the providers who use the system and the “back-end” of it.
The theme of this year’s Tribal Gathering is Our Health, Our Family, Our Community—Wanguta Assilraigun Naulunritlerkarput in Yup’ik.
A goal was set when the Sobering Center opened in 2011 to reduce the number of intoxicated individuals to the ER to less than four percent. The goal was achieved for the first time in November, 2014, and continues to be met.
YKHC’s Diabetes Prevention & Control Program is currently inviting all communities in the YK Delta to apply for our 2015 Community Activity and Garden Award funds. Application Deadline id April 1, 2015.
Over the past several weeks, CHAP instructors have flown to different villages to complete preceptorships for Health Aides. The preceptorship is the final stage of the Health Aide’s education .
VA Rural Health is recruiting 15 veterans—or those willing to help veterans in the YK region—to attend Tribal Veteran Representative (TVR) training March 26th in Bethel. Deadline to sign up is noon on March 1.
Alaska EMS regional coordinators and directors gathered from the seven EMS regions across the state, meeting in Juneau, the week of Feb. 2-6 to collaboratively work on statewide EMS issues.
Governor Bill Walker was joined Friday, Feb. 6 by Department of Health and Social Services Commissioner Valerie Davidson to present the plan for Medicaid expansion and reform.