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The 2022 Walk to Remember event will begin at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, in Parking Structure 2 (PS2) at Providence Alaska Medical Center and continue to University Lake.
Providence Alaska Children's Hospital provides free immunization clinics for children 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on the first Saturday of each month in Providence Alaska Medical Center Suite A351 (A Tower).
Providence Alaska Medical Center Chief Executive Ella Goss, MSN, RN, will serve as chief executive of Providence Alaska, the state’s largest health care provider, beginning Sept. 1.
Listen as managers from Providence and Catholic Social Services’ RAIS program in Alaska reflect on their work to ease the way of refugees who resettle in that state.
A partnership between Catholic Social Services and Providence provides gainful employment with on-the-job training for displaced people who resettle in Alaska.
In Anchorage, Alaska, Providence works with several partners to provide school-to-work training for Project SEARCH clients.
Providence AK Medical Center K9s Roby and Kaskae have received bullet and stab protective vests thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc.
Practice Greenhealth has recognized Providence Alaska Medical Center and Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center for exemplary environmental stewardship.
Primary care providers in Alaska are partnering with dementia experts to increase health equity and access in rural areas.
Providence Alaska Medical Center K9s Arf and Bruce have received bullet and stab protective vests thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc.
Alaska’s only children’s hospital is moving to a new brand designed to provide a child-centric visual identity. The hospital became Providence Alaska Children’s Hospital on Saturday, June 25.
Providence Alaska House is a Permanent Supportive Housing (PSH) project designed to address the needs of elders with significant health conditions who are experiencing homelessness.
The Children’s Hospital at Providence provides free immunization clinics for children 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on the first Saturday of each month in Providence Alaska Medical Center Suite A351 (A Tower).
Trainees from Catholic Social Service’s Refugee Assistance and Immigration Services program gain skills and experience at Providence Alaska Medical Center.
In 2021, the Valdez Food Bank received $20,000 from Providence Alaska to add the Rental Deposit Assistance Program to its services.
In 2021, Providence Alaska provided $46,453 for SeaView Community Services to expand treatment for substance use disorder, and temporary housing is a result of that effort.
In 2021, Providence Alaska provided more than $50,000 to help the organization continue the hospice work it has been doing since 2011 and to expand its palliative care program.
A group of women have found support with a program called IñuPiphany, a women’s cultural healing center that provides a comfortable space for up to 20 Alaska Native women who face challenges.
Providence Alaska has funded three therapists who are now integrated at Wendler, and Muldoon and Lake Otis elementary schools. They support students and staff in a holistic way.
Home For Good is a three-year program seeking to help 150 of Anchorage’s most vulnerable -- people experiencing homelessness -- by connecting them with housing and support services.