Close to 100 Kwethluk residents and visitors turned out for the opening of the new Kwethluk Sskatepark last month.
A group of 20 individuals visited the YKHC campus and Yuut Elitnaurviat as part of an on-going collaboration with the Kellogg Foundation to learn more about the region’s efforts in fighting tooth decay and to learn more about the Dental Health Aide Therapist (DHAT) training program.
Bethel Community Blood Drive will be held at the Yukon Kuskokwim Elder’s Home in the Gathering Room September 25–27, dates that include a Saturday.
YKHC Executive Board members joined senior leadership August 20 to do a “beam signing” and dedication of the new Regional Alcohol Treatment Center, now under construction in Bethel.
At Alaska Tribal Health Meeting, Sen. Mark Begich reports Alaska tribal contract settlements reach $449 Million. Will continue to work with Alaska tribes to make sure they are paid what they are owed
YKHC will be selling appliances, furniture, construction materials, vehicles and much more via live auction, sealed bid and silent auction on Friday and Saturday
Behavioral Health Aide Lavonne Heckman works from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. five days a week, working with drug, alcohol and anger management both individually and in groups. It can be quite a heavy workload—dealing with clients and the amount of paperwork that follows.
When I became President/CEO earlier this year, The Board and I developed a 100-day plan for improvements. Since the hundred days passed in June, I wanted to provide you an update.
Tooth decay, or cavities, continues to be a concern in the Yukon Kuskokwim Delta. This disease is common in our children, especially those from birth to five years old.
The 2014 Compass cohort is off and running.