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With one swoop of oversized scissors, Southcentral Foundation’s Board of Directors Chairman James Segura symbolically opened the newest building on the Alaska Native Health Campus: the Dr. Katherine and Dr. Kevin Gottlieb Building.

April 23 – 29 is World Immunization Week, a global health campaign aimed at raising awareness of vaccine-preventable diseases.

On December 12 – 13, Southcentral Foundation participated in the Institute for Healthcare Improvement’s National Forum on Quality Improvement in Health Care in Orlando, FL. The forum hosted health care professionals from around the world, who held positions from front-line clinicians and clinical staff, to improvement professionals, senior management, and leadership.

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.

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.

Southcentral Foundation hosted its 7th Annual Nuka System of Care Conference in Anchorage, Alaska, June 19–23 at the Alaska Native Health Campus.

The State of Alaska Cleft Lip and Palate Clinic was assumed by Southcentral Foundation in October 2016.

Living in remote locations like rural Alaska can mean that trips for groceries, gas, and even health necessities sometimes need to be planned in advance.

Organizational partnerships are strengths of Southcentral Foundation. The research department has been fortunate to collaborate with customer-owners, Tribal leadership, SCF departments, and clinical services at the SCF’s primary care centers.