YKHC’s Electronic Health Record, “RAVEN”, is secure. After a former technology dept. employee was arrested for child pornography, YKHC worked with law enforcement and also conducted our own internal investigation. We have confirmed that RAVEN was not compromised.
Press Contact: Shailee Nelson, Compliance Administrator/Privacy Officer Direct (907) 543-6995 Today, a press release from the State of Alaska Department of Law was issued regarding former YKHC employee Gene Geisler, who has been indicted by the Grand Jury in Anchorage based on allegations of child pornography and sexual exploitation. He has not worked for YKHC… Read More »
David Compton grew up in the Baltimore area where his early interest in science prompted enough people to say he ought to be a doctor that the idea took root.
During the month of June, the youth at McCann Treatment Center were allowed to catch Kings for McGrath, Red Devil, and Nicolai.
Starting August 1, 2015, YKHC will be implementing a policy where patients who do not have their CIB or tribal card on file may receive a bill, charging them for direct care expenses at YKHC.
For Immediate Release Press Contact: Donna Bach, Public Relations Director Direct (907) 543-6037 Bethel, Alaska – June 25, 2015 YKHC is working with regional partners in supporting a precautionary medical emergency evacuation for at risk individuals in the upper Kuskokwim villages of Chuathbaluk and Aniak. As of 2:30 PM on Thursday, June 25th a regularly… Read More »
Sen. Lisa Murkowski’s effort to pass 23 acres of IHS land to YKHC in Bethel paid off with the unanimous passage of S.230 in the U.S. Senate.
The one-month “Dump the Bucket” Indiegogo campaign undertaken by YKHC’s Office of Environmental Health and Engineering has ended. Although we did not reach our goal, we received tremendous support for the project and raised $8,235.
More than 15 architects and design consultants were on the YKHC campus the week of June 8 as part of the launch of design phasing for the Dr. Paul John Calricaraq Project, formerly known as the Joint Venture Construction Project.
On June 9, Alaska’s first measles case in more than a decade was confirmed in Fairbanks. State health officials recommend confirming, updating vaccinations for children and adults.