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Indigenous Dance Competition Awards $10,000

While visiting New Zealand to exchange best practices and share the Nuka System of Care with local indigenous tribes, Southcentral Foundation President/CEO Dr. Katherine Gottlieb and the SCF delegation were honored with a traditional haka by the Tainui Māori people.

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Students Embark on Next Chapter of CMA Journey

The 2017 class of Southcentral Foundation’s Certified Medical Assistant Student Intern Program, Gabe Larson and Monica Mazza, wrapped up their course studies at Alaska Career College on Oct. 12, and hit the ground running.

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Toy Making Allows Men to Connect While Giving Back to the Community

Learning circles are opportunities for people to connect and build relationships through a variety of wellness activities.

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Covenant House Alaska Raises Awareness of Homeless Youth

On Nov. 16, people gathered in Anchorage’s Town Square Park to take part in the annual Covenant House Candlelight Vigil, which raises awareness of youth who have no place to call home.

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Pediatric Christmas Project Creates Handmade Holiday Gifts for Children

Many children who are admitted at the Alaska Native Medical Center over the holidays will enjoy homemade crafts for Christmas — thanks to the Alaska Native Medical Campus’ Pediatric Christmas Project.

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Southcentral Foundation Receives Second Malcolm Baldrige Award

Six years ago, Southcentral Foundation was awarded the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, the highest presidential honor for performance excellence. Now, SCF has wowed for the second time.

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Prayers Lift up the Alaska Native Health Campus

Southcentral Foundation President/CEO Dr. Katherine Gottlieb, employees, customer-owners, and community members gathered for the third annual Prayer Walk on Sept. 5.

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Pilot Program for Tribal Doctors Going Strong

Sept. 30 marks the end of the first phase of Southcentral Foundation’s Tribal Doctor Training Pilot Program, and the beginning of a lifelong journey for the seven participants.

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Popular New Learning Circle Inspired by Wellness Intern

Tyler Uppaaruluk Young; Tsimshian, Eagle Clan from Metlakatla and Sugpiaq (Alutiiq) from Port Graham; grew up in Anchorage and spent time in Juneau as a young adult.

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Safe Sleep Habits Reduce Sudden Infant Death

Safe sleep practices are critical to aid in the prevention of sudden infant death syndrome. SIDS is defined as the sudden death of an infant under one year of age, which remains unexplained after a thorough investigation.