JUNEAU, Alaska – SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) is proud to announce the opening of its latest medical facility at the Vintage Park Campus, in Juneau and invites the community to check it out.
SEARHC broke ground on the Vintage Park site in summer 2022 at 3051 Vintage Blvd. adjacent to Safeway in the heart of Juneau’s Mendenhall Valley. The new facility has opened in phases due to ongoing construction over the fall and winter seasons. Urgent Care, Imaging and Laboratory services opened ahead of the Christmas holiday.
Following the opening of the remaining first-floor services on January 9, subsequent services on the second and third floors will roll out. Behavioral Health and Optometry will start serving patients on January 16, with Pediatric Rehabilitation services to follow on January 23.
SEARHC invites the community of Juneau to explore the new facility on Saturday, January 20, from 12 – 2 p.m. Attendees will have the chance to meet our dedicated team, tour the facility and schedule future appointments for care.
SEARHC will continue to offer Primary Care, Specialty Care, Urgent Care, Imaging, Laboratory Services, Dental and Pharmacy Services from its locations on Hospital Drive.
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Established in 1975, SEARHC is one of the largest Native-run healthcare organizations in the United States. As an independent and non-profit health Consortium, SEARHC provides health-related services in 27 communities throughout Southeast Alaska. Visit searhc.org for more information.
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