Registration for Tribal Unity Gathering XX is now closed! Posted is the updated agenda draft.
THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR ANYONE INTERESTED IN ALL ASPECTS OF CARING FOR PERSONAL WITH DEMENTIA! Course Location: Kuskokwim Campus Room 118 in Bethel, Alaska March 15, 2013 please call or e-mail Marilyn McKay at 1-800-478-1080 Topics include: Re-examining practices that undermine quality care. Refining understanding of Alzheimer’s disease Recognizing strengths within cognitive change… Read More »
7 Days of Recognition, 365 Days Committed to Safe Care. Patient Safety Awareness Week is a national education and awareness campaign led by National Patient Safety Foundation (NPSF), for improving patient safety at the local level.
The Executive Board from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, based in Maryland, voted unanimously to present the ACOG William H.J. Haffner Award to YKHC’s Ann Glasheen in recognizing her contributions to the discipline of obstetrics and gynecology and “improving prenatal care for American Indian/Alaska Native women in the Yukon Kuskokwim Delta.” In a… Read More »
YKHC’s Diabetes Prevention & Control Program is inviting all city and tribal government and other non-profit agencies in the YK Delta to apply for our 2013 Community Activity and Garden Award funds.
Congratulations to Joan Waska on her successful completion of the 6 months Breastfeeding Peer Counseling Training Program with UAA
YKHC’s Community Health & Wellness team participates in National Wear Red Day to show support for women’s heart health, as part of the American Heart Association’s campaign to awareness and stand together in the fight against the number one leading killer of women – heart disease.
Larry Fancyboy II joined the world at 3:30 a.m., less than four hours after YKHC launched its electronic health record system, RAVEN, at the stroke of midnight on January 28, 2013.
Today YKHC is turning on RAVEN, our Electronic Health Record. So far, things are going smoothly.
The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services and the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium have launched their second survey in an effort to assess Alaskans’ wants, needs and vision for the future of health and health care in Alaska.