The Cardiology/Neurosurgery Remodel at ANMC began December 2014 and was completed in July for ANTHC
To date, over eight Alaska Native Tribes, 10 external organizations, and five programs within ANTHC
have made contributions.
awarded the contract to Altura because of the unique interoperability solution that allows the Avaya ECLIPS to seamless interface with the existing F9600 network.
hopes to complete the project in spring or early summer 2016.
SHI and Amerinet are jointly saving the ANTHC
20-30 percent on computer hardware and software, and helping the group execute an IDN agreement.
AAPP partners with the large hospitals in the state, including ANMC; The Childrens Hospital at Providence; Mat-Su Regional; Alaska Regional; Fairbanks Memorial; Tanana Valley clinics; ANTHC
hospitals in Norton Sound, Yukon-Kuskokwim, and Dillingham; Bartlett Regional; and Central Peninsula Hospital, as well as the State of Alaska Department of Public Health and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
According to ANTHC
energy audits, northern water/sewer systems have the capacity for 50 percent in energy savings.
Southcentral Foundation and ANTHC
operate the Alaska Native Medical Center, the highest level trauma center in Alaska.
is a nonprofit health organization that provides statewide services in medical care; operates the Alaska Native Medical Center hospital in Anchorage; focuses on construction of water, sanitation, and health facilities in rural Alaska; and works closely with local, state, and federal partners to its meet its vision that Alaska Native people are the healthiest people in the world.
Fax: 907-561-7899 ANTHC
Hospital Renovation, McLaughlin
Recent Noteworthy Events: CHASE award with SOA OSHA, 2 LEED Gold and 2 LEED Silver Projects for Corps of Engineers, LEED Silver for ANTHC
Office Building; American Freight; Fort Wainwright Hangar- Design Build Construction.