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Maantukut elpet, ilaten-llu pitekluki.

Here for you.
And your family.

On a journey toward excellent health.

Ciuniurumauten. Welcome.

The Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation, commonly referred to as YKHC, is a Tribal Organization that administers a comprehensive healthcare delivery system for 58 rural communities in southwest Alaska. 

Each of the communities in our service area is home to a federally-recognized Tribe, whose governing council has authorized YKHC to provide health services on behalf of the federal Indian Health Service (IHS). 

YKHC’s healthcare delivery system includes community clinics, sub-regional clinics in five of the area’s larger communities, a regional hospital, dental and optometry services, behavioral health services, substance abuse counseling and treatment, health promotion and disease prevention programs, and environmental health services.

Gold Seal Certified

The Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation has earned the Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval.​

11 hours ago

We're grateful for all who have served our country. Join us in saying "quyana" to the veterans across the YK Delta, the state and country. ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

November 11 is Veteran’s Day. To honor this, YKHC would like to recognize and highlight the incredible patriotic service of the veterans on our staff. These individuals and their families have contributed the ultimate service to our country and we want to take a moment to say “Quyana, thank you!” We hope you are as inspired by their stories as we are. ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

YKHC was recently informed that Ravn Air has grounded flight 3131, the evening flight between Hooper Bay and Bethel, indefinitely. This was the result of a safety decision, following a laser light being pointed at an aircraft as the pilot was approaching the runway to land. It is extremely dangerous to shine laser lights or pointers at aircrafts in flight, as it can affect the pilot’s ability to see and land safely.

We rely on airline partners to safely transport our patients for medically-necessary care and urge our neighbors to help prevent this type of activity whenever possible. This kind of activity impacts the ability of our airline partners to provide timely and vital air service to our communities, potentially delaying necessary care for our friends and loved ones.
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