How Compliance is Rooted in Core Concepts

In the Native Community, Elders show us the way and remind us we are a reflection of our family. We honor and respect our Elders, who share their wisdom and knowledge of our traditional values and culture. At Southcentral Foundation, our Operational Principles provide guidance from customer-owners when improving systems or developing new programs and services. Our Mission and Goals emphasize working together, which means our services are built upon RELATIONSHIPS. Core Concepts are tools SCF employees use in every interaction with customer-owners and with each other to create relationships. SCF’s Core Concepts are based around WELLNESS.

The Corporate Compliance Department guides employees to live out the values embedded in the SCF Code of Conduct and Ethics, which are based on the traditional values and SCF’s Core Concepts.

SCF promotes professional, ethical conduct that fosters trust and mutual respect among employees, customer-owners, and community. We commit to protecting the privacy of customer-owners and take care to ensure that confidential information is carefully maintained, managed, and safeguarded.

If you have questions or concerns about the SCF Code of Conduct and Ethics, you will have an opportunity to speak with SCF Corporate Compliance employees in person during Compliance Week, the first week of November. The department will host a table on Nov. 3 and 5 in the Anchorage Native Primary Care Center lobby.

For more information or to provide feedback, please call SCF Corporate Compliance at (907) 729-4200 or use the 24-hour toll-free hotline, (877) 837-4251.

by Denise R. Morris

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