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The value of medicaid in alaska
Medicaid provides essential health care services to more than 200,000 Alaskans. Alaskans Together for Medicaid is seeking to provide viable solutions to improving the quality and delivery of services, while ensuring the program’s fundamental goal of providing health coverage to thousands of Alaskans, including eligible low-income adults, children, pregnant women, elderly adults and people with disabilities. For more information, view the materials below, or visit alaskanstogetherformedicaid.org.
City officials, Wrangell Medical Center staff, SEARHC representatives, and many community members were present at the Nolan Center as the "future of healthcare" in Wrangell was celebrated. The party, which took place on the evening of Dec. 13, commemorated the SEARHC takeover of the medical center. Click here to visit the Wrangell Sentinel article.
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The 2019 Health Fair will take place on April 6th. For registration or contact information, please click the button below.
We regret to inform our customers that fees for Health Fair Blood Screens, previously free to SEARHC (IHS) beneficiaries, will now apply to all patients. For information, including costs of each available screen, please contact the front desk at 874.7000. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Contact the Front Desk at 907.874.7000 for any billing questions.
Real help for real Alaskans - your connection to affordable healthcare in Alaska. Get Covered Alaska will help with questions about: Denali Kid Care, Medicare, Medicaid, Tribal Health, Veterans, Tricare, and Healthcare.gov. Click the image above to go to their website.