YKHC President/CEO Dan Winkelman is visiting with the Alaska Legislature this week to advocate for YKHC and Tribal health initiatives that will be under discussion during the session.
During the weekend of Jan. 31–Feb. 1, the YKHC Community Health Services Building or “New YK” administration building was broken into and approximately a dozen valuable artifacts and Alaska Native artwork items were stolen. A $1,000 reward is being offered.
The collaborative planning effort that began in 2013 between the Chevak Traditional Council, the Denali Commission and Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation (YKHC) has resulted in a new health clinic that opens today during a special ribbon cutting ceremony beginning at 12:30 p.m.
Meet Mary Jacob Devlin, RN. Daughter of Marie and Ignati Jacob, wife to Vincent Devlin and mother of daughters Karlene (18) and Natalia (15).
Welcome to the World, Rayann Lisa Martin, daughter of Lorena Martin of Kipnuk
Lon Putnam has spent most of his 15-plus years at YKHC working as a field clinical instructor for the Community Health Aide Program. He has traveled to every village in the YK Delta and beyond.
The Bethel nursing students completed their four-semester clinical nursing program and were honored at a pinning ceremony at the cultural center on Sunday December 14, followed by a potluck.
It’s resolution time again. If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to get fit and healthy, you’ll need a rational strategy to reach your diet and weight loss goals.
Sophie King Moses addressed the Full November Board, acknowledging her participation in the 2014 Compass training program, an initiative by the Alaska Native Workforce Development pillar.
As the year 2014 comes to a close, YKHC would like to acknowledge and thank the Rasmuson Foundation for their continued generosity and support in awarding grant funds in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta and throughout Alaska.