Eklutna Community Clinic
Southcentral Foundation’s President/CEO and leadership understand these are difficult times and continue to closely monitor this dynamic, rapidly evolving situation.
Part of SCF’s Emergency Management Plan and Pandemic Response includes different levels of operations and staffing based on many factors, including paying attention to guidance from health authorities and local officials.
In partnership with the Native Village of Eklutna Tribal Council, Southcentral Foundation assumed management of health care services in 2018 to the communities residing along the Glenn Highway (Eklutna, Eagle River, Palmer, Chugiak, and Peters Creek). The Eklutna Community Clinic offers high-quality services that support family wellness and shared responsibility for everyone (regardless of Indian Health Service status) at every stage of life. Services are available to all members of these communities. All insurances are accepted and those without insurance are charged on a sliding fee scale depending upon both household income and size. The Eklutna Community Clinic team will work in partnership with you to ensure you receive the tools, support, and resources you need to make health-related decisions, and that all your health needs are addressed.
Eklutna Community Clinic is available to both Alaska Native and non-Native people.
Services are conveniently located for those residing in communities along the Glenn Highway. As a designated community health center, supported by a federal grant, the clinic provides medical services to both Alaska Native and non-Native people in the surrounding areas of Eklutna, Eagle River, Chugiak, Peters Creek, and Palmer. Discounts are offered depending upon both household income and size.
Eklutna Community Clinic offers COVID-19 testing.
To receive a COVID-19 test, you must be registered as a patient. Call the clinic if you are not registered, then follow the signs to the designated testing area. Please wear a mask and call the clinic when you arrive.