Alaska Native People working in partnership to provide the best healthcare for our communities. Partnering with our communities to promote a healthy balance of mind, body, and spirit.
“I also wanted to say THANK YOU so much for making the shuttle available! It’s such a HUGE help. If the shuttle hadn’t been available to give me a ride yesterday, I wouldn’t have made it to my therapy appointment with Dennis Bernhoft!
— Melissa, SEARHC Patient
“I became a WISEWOMAN in 2003 and I am proud to wear my first WISEWOMAN jacket when I walk the Prince of Wales Island Marathon.”
— Adeline D., Klawock AK
“Dr. Bruhl, Dr. Lehman and Dr. Dunn are fantastic and give me great support…it will be smoother sailing from here on out.”
— Martha P., Sitka, AK
“I think it’s great that people have the Alaska Tobacco Quit Line to call for assistance with quitting. I encourage people to quit the nasty habit of chewing, and am proud to say none of my boys smoke or chew.”
— Frank, Retired Elder, Wrangell, AK
“First you have to admit nicotine is an addiction and don’t be afraid to ask for help. You don’t have to quit alone. The Alaska Tobacco Quit Line has helped me along in my journey.”
— Don Nickerson, Klawock AK
“My first physical therapists were Christopher Jones, then Gio Villanueva and Megan Bays. They were so kind and caring when I went through the loss of my brother, I could talk to them when I needed to. I was grateful for them helping me get my feet back on the ground.”
— Virginia T., Sitka AK
With the current spike of positive cases across Southeast and the presence of variants, it is more important than ever to wear a mask in public, get vaccinated, practice physical distancing, wash hands frequently and get tested if you are symptomatic or suspect you have been exposed. If you are in Sitka, click here for updated testing and vaccine information.