The community of Wrangell, population 2,500, is the gateway to the Stikine River, a watershed described by John Muir as “Yosemite 100 miles long.” In addition to the bounties provided by the Stikine, residents and visitors of Wrangell can participate in awe-inspiring wildlife viewing, easily accessible outdoor activities, and a robust community events calendar that will make you feel like part of an extended family.
In 2017, SEARHC and Alaska Island Community Services (AICS) formally affiliated, bringing Wrangell’s primary behavioral health, dental and primary care provider into the SEARHC Care Network. In 2018, SEARHC assumed operations of Wrangell Medical Center (WMC), a 22-bed Critical Access Hospital and long-term care facility serving the community since 1968.
In 2019, construction began on the new WMC, a facility which will marry new construction with the existing AICS Clinic to create a 44,500 square foot campus. The new WMC, scheduled to begin serving patients in early 2021, will bring primary care, emergency, acute, long-term care and support services under one roof.
120 Lynch Street, Wrangell 99929
333 Church Street, Wrangell, AK 99929
333 Church St, Wrangell, AK 99929
22 Front Street, Wrangell, AK 99929
310 Bennett St, Wrangell, AK 99929
PO Box 1081, Wrangell, AK 99929