Working together with the Native Community to achieve wellness by providing the highest quality health services for all Alaska Natives.
The Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC) provides comprehensive inpatient and outpatient medical care to Alaska Native and American Indian people.
A network of healing
Most of ANMC's hospital services are available to the entire Alaska Native and American Indian population of the state. Referrals for specialty care are made by the Alaska Tribal Health System's network of providers located in village clinics, community health centers, and regional hospitals.
ANMC's primary care services are reserved for those living in the Anchorage Service Unit (ASU), including Anchorage, Palmer, Wasilla and the ASU villages. If you are from outside the ASU, you may receive specialty referral and inpatient care at ANMC, while receiving your primary care in your village or regional hub.
"Urgent care" services for those visiting Anchorage from another area of Alaska. You may be seen in the Emergency Department (Fast Track), or make an appointment to visit Internal Medicine (for adults) or Outpatient Pediatrics (for children). Our goal is to do what is needed while you are visiting, but have your main primary care be with providers who are familiar with you in your home community.
Magnet Status is the gold standard for patient care.