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.
James Marks has accepted the position of Director of Revenue Management. In turn, Denise LaForce has agreed to oversee and serve as the Director of Patient Financial Services.
The Developmental Disabilities Services Car Wash, held June 7 in Bethel, was a success!
Be prepared to go boating—You never know how your day is going to end on the water.
YKHC’s entire network, including the phone system, will be shut down on Saturday, June 7 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. while we implement some long overdue upgrades to our data center.
YKHC outpatient clinics and administrative offices will be closed in observance of the Memorial Day Holiday on Monday, May 26, 2014. This includes our Subregional clinics, village clinics, and YK Delta Regional Hospital’s Family Medicine/Outpatient clinics, dental, optometry, laboratory, Behavioral Health and Specialty clinics. The Emergency Room will be open.
YKHC joins the nation in honoring our Emergency service providers during National Emergency Medical Services Week.
Following the schedule of a Community Health Aide Practioner is busy. Wait, it’s more than busy. It’s complicated, intricate, detailed oriented, requires spreadsheets galore as well as comprehensive knowledge about the common cold, ear infections, what to do in emergency situations and a lot more.