With expert physicians and providers on staff, the Alaska Native Medical Center’s Orthopedics Clinic focuses on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal diseases.
Our highly-trained physicians specialize in the care of bones, joints, muscles and other parts of the musculoskeletal system for adults and children. Orthopedic clinicians bring expertise in the areas of foot and ankle, hand, hip and knee, shoulder and elbow, sports medicine and pediatric orthopedic surgery.
We are proud to offer a continuum of care with a focus on Alaska Native traditions and culture.
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ANMC orthopedics offers inpatient and outpatient surgical services depending on the nature of the treatment. We are able to offer in-person clinical appointments, video and audio telemedicine, and virtual assistance across Alaska.
For those who require inpatient care, ANMC is able to offer the highest-level of specialized staff and equipment to assist patients recovering from orthopedic surgery.
To refer to the Orthopedic Clinic, primary care providers should refer through the Orthopedic Clinic referral process. The referring provider should indicate on the referral that it is for the Orthopedic clinic. The referral will then be redirected to the clinic scheduler.
At this time AFHCAN/telehealth referral option is not available, but will be in the future. If providers or staff have questions about the referral process, they are encouraged to reach out to our scheduler at 729-1600
Frequently Asked Questions
What is an orthopedic doctor?
Also known as an orthopedist, an orthopedic doctor specializes in bones, joints, muscles, ligaments, tendon, and nerves. They can also be called doctor of osteopathy.
What types of conditions do you treat?
Many people across Alaska choose the ANMC Orthopedics Clinic to treat all types of musculoskeletal conditions which may involve hand surgery, total joint replacements, pediatric orthopedic conditions, and foot and ankle conditions.
What is a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon?
All of our surgeons staffed in the ANMC Orthopedic Clinic are fellowship trained, meaning they have completed the education and training requirements including a year of specialty training in a specific field of their orthopedic specialty. We have doctors trained in all of the orthopedic specialties from hand surgery, total joint replacement, pediatric orthopedics, foot and ankle, and traumatic injuries to the musculoskeletal system.