Tribal Delegates list sanitation, staffing, cancer screening among top priorities
YKHC’s skilled nursing and long term care facility, the Yukon Kuskokwim Elder’s Home, received a visit from the State of Alaska’s surveyor on April 10, 2014 and passed all remaining requirements.
A class of 10 Community Health Aides recently completed their Session 3 training in Bethel.
Not only is she an on-call emergency OB physician, she is a family medicine doctor and to top that off, she is YKHC’s Chief of Staff for all of the hospital’s medical providers.
In response to Tribal Gathering priority concerns, YKHC’s Patient Centered Excellence Goal Team rolled out a real-time patient satisfaction survey in the Emergency Room in February.
YKHC will hold its annual Tribal Unity Gathering April 8–9, 2014 in Bethel at the Yupiit Piciryarait Cultural Center.
AFN and its members issue this statewide invitation for collaborative, community action to celebrate and share our collective love, respect, and belief in the importance of our children.
YKHC is committed to patient safety. We observe National Patient Safety week as an opportunity to reinforce that committment and renew our attention to Patient Safety activities for staff and patients.
Confused about the Affordable Care Act? Questions answered and enrollment assistance available this week at the Yupiit Piciryarait Cultural Center. Do you need Alaska Native/American Indian Exemption? Do you need to do anything at all? Find out more.
You’re cordially invited to a community meeting BLM will host at the Yupiit Piciryarait Cultural Center on Wed, Feb 26, at 6 p.m. The topic is the planned cleanup of contaminated mine tailings at the Red Devil Mine site this summer. Please join us at the meeting if you can. Your comments and suggestions will help BLM select the best alternative for the site.