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post | Five Tips to Immediately Reduce Sodium in Your Diet

You may have heard it all from your doctor already—cut back on the sodium in your diet and your blood pressure will improve! Many people are aware that a diet high in sodium can aggravate high blood pressure; however, dietary sodium has been linked to…

post | Guiding Growth: Jessica Whitaker’s Path of Learning and Leadership at SEARHC

As a Behavioral Health Administrative Operations Manager for SEARHC, Jessica Whitaker plays an integral role in the mental health and well-being of our patients in Southeast Alaska. Over the last three years, while living in Wrangell, she worked toward earning her Bachelor in Business Administration…

post | SEARHC Announces Physical Therapy Services Expansion with the Acquisition of Juneau Physical Therapy

JUNEAU, Alaska – SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) is committed to its 2024 strategic goal of being a provider of choice. As part of our ongoing efforts to enhance the patient experience and provide the best healthcare for our communities, SEARHC is pleased to…

person | Kiehl, Kwame
Kwame Kiehl earned his Master in Social Work from the University of Alaska Anchorage in 2019. His journey in the field includes valuable experience working in various roles. He spent 18 months as an intake assessment specialist for Akeela via behavioral health, followed by three years as a children's mental health clinician with Akeela. Additionally,
person | Taylor, Jennie
Jennie Taylor, Nurse Practitioner (NP), is a dedicated and experienced healthcare professional specializing in psychiatric mental health. Jennie's journey in healthcare began in 2004 when she earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Texas Woman's University in Dallas, TX. In 2020, she furthered her education by obtaining a Master of Science in Nursing from