Alaska Press Releases
Providence Alaska provided $17,500 to help support the Kodiak Community Health Center’s MAT program, which since 2019 has been offering medical intervention for those struggling with drug addiction.
Practice Greenhealth has recognized Providence Alaska Medical Center and Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center for exemplary environmental stewardship.
The Imaging Department at Providence Seward Medical Center now offers mammography services.
The Seward Homeless Connection helps people with rent and utility assistance in lean times and provides vouchers for showers, supplies and equipment needed to work.
Providence Alaska announced today that Cynthia Libby, MBA, CFRE, has been named president and chief philanthropy officer of Providence Alaska Foundation effective Oct. 4.
Providence Alaska Medical Center (PAMC) has achieved designation as a Magnet hospital for the second time, a reflection of consistent nursing professionalism, teamwork and superiority in patient care.
Providence Alaska Children’s Hospital will soon mark 25 years of service to Alaska’s kids and their families as the only hospital in the state built specifically for the treatment of children.
The Providence Cancer Center will host an art show from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Sept. 16, featuring paintings by local artist Jim Coe to raise awareness of colorectal cancer.
Suzanne Carte-Cocroft, CFRE, president of Providence Alaska Foundation and chief philanthropy officer, has accepted a role outside of Providence that provides new opportunities to serve.