YK Delta Regional Hospital has been recently recognized by the Health Information Management Systems Society for YKHC’s remarkable achievement in reaching Stage 6 in successful adoption of it’s Electronical Medical Record system, R.A.V.E.N., which stands for Record And Verification Electronic Network. In a July memo addressed to President/CEO Dan Winkelman by HIMSS President/CEO and… Read More »
The 7th Annual Sudan Gala raised over $14,0000 last week on August 19th. Numerous community organizers host the annual gala in a grass roots planning effort out of support to YKHC’s very own Dr. Jill Seaman and her medical relief work in the south Sudan community of Old Fangak.Seaman, who has worked as a locum… Read More »
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
Public Notice & Advisory The general public should be aware that YKHC, in collaboration with many regional agencies is scheduling a disaster drill and exercise taking place today, Thursday, July 31st. Remember, this is an exercise and learning experience that will not only test emergency pressure placed on our health care delivery system, but more… Read More »
Governor Addresses Bethel Chamber of Commerce, Signs Legislation July 17, 2014, Bethel, Alaska – Recognizing Alaska’s critical role in the Arctic, Governor Sean Parnell today signed House Joint Resolution 24, urging the U.S. Department of State to consider the State of Alaska’s priorities as it holds the position of chair of the Arctic Council. Those priorities include… Read More »
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.