PAMC

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PAMCProvidence Alaska Medical Center
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PAMCPanhandle A&M College (Goodwell, OK)
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PAMCPrudential Asset Management Co., Ltd. (Seoul, South Korea)
PAMCPeripheral Airway Mast Cells (lung research)
PAMCPorcine Adrenal Medullary Chromaffin
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A total of 1,797 patients were identified through a search of records from the NICU at Providence Alaska Medical Center.
Adults who need critical care in Anchorage can utilize the psychiatric emergency department within Providence Alaska Medical Center.
Providence Alaska Medical Center is part of Providence Health and Services, a not-for-profit network of hospitals, care centers, health plans, physicians, clinics, home health services, affiliated services and educational facilities.
Providence Alaska Medical Center was designated as a Level II Trauma Center.
One such facility is Providence Medical Group Senior Care, located on the Providence Alaska Medical Center campus in Anchorage.
The Providence Alaska Medical Center Cath Lab 2 Equipment Replacement and Remodel project, at Tower H on the Providence campus, was scheduled to be completed in October.
Some of their notable projects are "school renovations and additions for the Anchorage School District at East, Service, and West High Schools; several major facilities for the University of Alaska Anchorage [UAA] such as the UAA/APU [Alaska Pacific University] Consortium Library, ConocoPhillips Integrated Science Building, Health Sciences Building, and the Alaska Airlines Center; the Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic in Muldoon; numerous precision renovations inside Providence Alaska Medical Center and Alaska Native Medical Center; and rural community assignments across the state including the South Peninsula Hospital Expansion in Homer, Kodiak Public Library, and AVTEC [Alaska Vocational Technical Center] Alaska Culinary Academy and Dormitory Replacement in Seward," Jolley says.
Christie Artuso, the director of Neuroscience Services for Providence Alaska Medical Center, says the drug is called Activase and is the only such drug approved by the FDA for use in dissolving blood clots.