SEARHC

AcronymDefinition
SEARHCSoutheast Alaska Regional Health Consortium
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* Also at SEARHC. Kari Wilson has earned a doctorate of nursing practice.
SEARHC's proposal would allow it to acquire the hospital business for $9 million; lease the hospital facility from the city for $140,000 per year; guarantee employment for the current staff; assume pension liabilities; and allow the city to keep the $900,000 in tobacco monies it currently directs to the hospital.
In 2017, SEARHC merged with Wrangell-based Alaska Island Community Services.
"For example, an oncologist might come to Juneau once a month to visit with your patients--how do you share information with that person's practice?" asks Peter Apathy, SEARHC IT project manager.
Some organizations, like SEARHC and ANTHC, are already working together to share domains and information in order to provide healthcare providers with accurate, real-time information.
SEARHC will continue operating the center while building a new healthcare campus adjacent to the Alaska Island Community Services Medical Clinic, which will include a critical access hospital and long-term care facility.
Beginning in February 2018 SEARHC will introduce a Diabetes Self-Management Program.
CDC also awarded SEARHC a $761,410 grant for the WISEWOMAN women's cardiovascular health screening and lifestyle intervention program.
The US Department of Health and Human Services' Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) has awarded SEARHC $300,000 per year for the next three years for the Prince of Wales Health Network (POWHN) under the Rural Health Network Development Program.
Five healthcare stakeholders on Prince of Wales make up POWHN: SEARHC, PeaceHealth, Craig Public Health Center, Community Connections, and Whale Tail Pharmacy.
SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) is delighted to announce the opening of their new Children's Dental Clinic in Juneau.
Simply put, more space and more dentists mean SEARHC can care for the oral health of more children in Southeast Alaska.