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Providence Alaska Medical Center

3338.1 miles away
907-562-2211

Providence Alaska Medical Center

907-562-2211
3338.1 miles away

The state’s largest hospital and a nationally recognized adult and pediatric trauma center, Providence Alaska Medical Center provides full-service, comprehensive care to all Alaskans, a role unmatched by any other in the state.

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Healthy Alaska Information & Resources
Additional resources
  • Pregnancy - A healthier you can mean a healthier baby. When you’re pregnant, a lot of things that you do can have an effect on your baby – an effect that continues long after your baby is born.
  • A new shoulder: Is it right for you? - You probably know that if you have a bum knee or hip, you can have the joint replaced. But what about that persistently painful shoulder – do you just have to live with it?
  • Be a Healthy Alaskan this year - Run, walk and bike for a good cause and good health. Join Providence Alaska Medical Center in supporting these community events.
  • Sleep better, starting tonight - Having trouble sleeping? Maybe it’s time for a wake-up call: You shouldn’t toss and turn and hope for the best rest.
  • Keep your family safe from carbon monoxide poisoning - You can’t see it, smell it or taste it, but carbon monoxide – a gas released when fuel is burned – can be deadly.

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Patient Transfer Center

A simple, streamlined patient transfer is just one call away:

The Providence Alaska Medical Center Patient Transfer Center provides a centralized point of contact to coordinate all incoming referrals from providers and health care facilities.

The Transfer Center team in collaboration with patient placement will track real-time bed availability, collect patient information and facilitate all transfer requests via a 24/7 phone line.

The PAMC Patient Transfer Center aims to ease the way of referring providers and ensure patients receive the right care at the right time in the right setting.

Doctor checks girls heart rate with stethoscope

Manage Your Care with MyChart

When you sign up for MyChart, you can manage your own medical record and your family’s medical records from home or any computer, tablet, or smartphone. Login to MyChart to:

  • Connect with your doctor
  • Email your care team
  • Pay your hospital bill
  • Request prescription refills
  • Schedule an appointment
  • View lab results 

Our World

1/14/2023
Join the Alaska Faith Community Resource Center at Providence this January for a course focused on faith community nursing.
12/29/2022
Providence Alaska Medical Center has added two innovative technologies that will enhance patient care and ensure more Alaskans can receive the care they need close to home.
12/2/2022
Providence funds the community health worker program that enables community health workers to slowly build trust in vulnerable communities and create bridges to critical health and social services.
11/29/2022
Providence Alaska asks that children 12 and under do not visit patients who are hospitalized at this time.
12/15/2022
The urology team at Providence St. Joseph Hospital helps patients seeking prostate treatment, whether that be initial screenings, pelvic therapy referrals, or robotic surgery procedures.
12/13/2022
You can make good food choices, take care of your mental health and stay physically well this holiday season. Here’s how.
12/8/2022
A women’s health expert at Providence talks about mental health and giving yourself the gift of mental wellness this holiday season.
12/2/2022
Memory loss can be just a normal part of aging, or it can be indicative of a larger problem with dementia. Here’s how to tell the difference.