Southcentral Foundation currently employs over 2,500 employees in more than 80 health and related programs. If you are beginning your professional journey or looking for a new career, SCF offers diverse employment opportunities and is hiring for a variety of positions.

Finding baby formula is difficult right now, especially any specialty formula for babies with allergies or special nutrition needs. News came out today that the Similac factory had to close, once again, due to flooding with recent storms. Supplies have been improving locally and Southcentral Foundation is here to help you find formula.

Honoring and taking care of Elders is a universal Alaska Native and American Indian cultural value. As an Alaska Native-owned-and-operated health care organization, Southcentral Foundation strives to support the health and wellness of the Elder customer-owner population with a holistic, customer-driven, and evidence-based approach.

Child and Family Outpatient Services, a referral-based program, offers a wide range of supportive care to individuals, children, and families with developmental and behavioral needs. Services are integrated with case management, primary care, psychiatric evaluation, and medication management.

Southcentral Foundation observed Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Awareness and Action Month in April. In recognition of the month, Alaska CARES hosted a display in the Anchorage Native Primary Care Center featuring the artwork of hundreds of children, giving voice to the 845 individuals who were evaluated by Alaska CARES in 2021.

Alaska has a unique gardening season — a short temperate summer in a northern altitude with long summer days. The limited growing season gives gardeners a brief opportunity to start a garden and produce fully developed plants before the first frost. If you are up to the challenge, even if this is your first attempt, you can grow to your heart’s content with the right tools, timing, and intent.

The Alaska Public Health Association presented Southcentral Foundation directors Dr. Donna Galbreath and LaZell Hammons with public health awards as part of the virtual 2022 Alaska Health Summit held Jan. 18-20.

Despite changing work settings due to the COVID-19 pandemic, youth interns with the RAISE Program thrived during the second year of the virtual internship.

Southcentral Foundation is pleased to improve communication of medical information through participation in the CommonWell network. This program will allow sharing of information such as, if you are in an emergency, your care team may locate pertinent health care information immediately, even when on vacation.