ANTHC celebrates its hardworking, talented nursing staff during National Nurses’ Week   Archive | Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

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Being a nurse under normal circumstances is hard work. Long shifts. Sick and injured patients to care for. Sometimes after doing everything you could to save them, your patients pass away. Time-consuming technology that can take you away from the bedside. Stressful days and nights. And these last two years being a nurse during the COVID-19 pandemic added multiple layers of unique challenges. Nurses’ Week is celebrated annually from May 6, National Nurses Day, through May 12, the birthday of ...

Effective May 3, 2022, the temporary visitation policy at ANMC has moved to Level Yellow. Visitation will continue to be limited, but we are moving to this level to best support our patients’ health and healing by permitting limited visitation and expanding visiting hours to 8 a.m.-9 pm. Permitted visitor guidelines can be found in the matrix below. Visitors must: Be assessed for symptoms at an entry screening station;At the hospital, the front rotunda and skybridge are the only entrances ...

Free at-home rapid COVID-19 antigen tests are now available for all ANMC patients and families at Alaska Native Health Campus locations. These easy to use tests give you results in about 15 minutes, whether or not you have any COVID-19 symptoms. One kit is available per person for each member of your household and will be distributed while supplies last. No registration is required. ANMC patients may visit any pick-up location during open hours to receive their at-home COVID-19 test. ...

Effective Wednesday, Feb. 9, patients will now receive text updates notifying you when your COVID-19 test results are available to view in myHealth. The COVID-19 results line has also expanded its hours for patients who do not have a myHealth account or would like to speak with someone on the phone. New: Text message when results available in myHealth: For those with phones able to receive text messages, you will now receive a text when your results are available in ...

The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) and Southcentral Foundation (SCF) have launched Tinitun, a mobile app that helps campus visitors locate providers or clinics with ease, discover campus food options, find the nearest shuttle, mark the location of their parked cars and more. The Tinitun app includes indoor turn-by-turn directions inside the Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC) hospital, specialty clinics and Anchorage Native Primary Care Center. The Tinitun app, the first of its kind in Alaska, is available for ...

At the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, we not only provide health care at the Alaska Native Medical Center, we also promote health and wellness initiatives that help keep you out of the hospital to begin with. As we prepare for another winter, we want to make sure all people are prepared with information and simple actions to protect our communities, our families and yourself from respiratory illnesses, such as flu, COVID-19, RSV and common colds, as well as winter ...