About Alaska Native Medical Center
The Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC) serves as the flagship tertiary referral center for the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC), a statewide voluntary affiliation comprised of more than 30 tribal organizations providing health services to over 150,000 Alaska Natives and American Indians living in cities and villages throughout the state.
As a 150-bed nonprofit, Level II Trauma Center, the highest trauma designation in Alaska, and a three-time Magnet designated facility for nursing, ANMC offers a state-of-the-art practice environment. With over 30 specialties, we provide a full complement of acute medical, primary care and behavioral health services to our customers.
Our core values of health and wellness, achieving excellence, native self-determination, and compassion keep us true to our vision that Alaska Natives are the healthiest people in the world. We believe that by putting patients first, we'll achieve healthcare at its best!
Ranked among the "Top 10 Best Cities to Live”, Anchorage is a majestic, family-friendly city of 300,000, flanked by the Chugach Mountains and the ocean. The city is a major port, a railroad hub, and home to the world’s third busiest cargo airport. Other industries include tourism, commercial fishing, the mineral and mining industry, two local military bases, and a growing energy sector. The air is clean, the water is clean, and the mountains are breathtakingly beautiful!
Set in scenic Southcentral Alaska, Anchorage is the largest city in the state, combining a thriving cultural and urban sophistication with unparalleled year-round opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast. With excellent public and private schools, two universities and a vibrant international airport, Anchorage offers the best of metropolitan amenities with small town values.
For the sportsman and hobbyist, there is fabulous fishing, hunting, trekking, biking, Alpine skiing, mountain climbing, hockey, golf, softball, baseball, kayaking, outdoor photography and more. Our hospital campus connects to a trail system that extends for more than 250 miles.
The local arts community offers an orchestra, choir, museums, theater groups, and visiting artists and performers. Anchorage has shopping malls, boutiques, local Native craft and clothing stores, and a large number of excellent restaurants.
Protected by the Chugach Mountains and warmed by Japanese currents in the Pacific Ocean, Anchorage’s climate is actually quite mild year-round. Spring through fall, the climate is similar to San Francisco's spring weather, with temperatures reaching into the 70s. Summer highs average 65 degrees. Winters bring on the snow with high temperatures dipping into the 20s, creating a climate very much like ski resorts in the Rocky Mountains, Canada or Europe.
There is no state income tax in Alaska and no sales tax in Anchorage.
About Our Physicians
Our physicians share a strong common commitment to caring for an underserved population. The medical staff is cohesive, unpretentious, and well trained. Physicians at ANMC practice evidence based medicine without being controlled by the business of medicine. Cost is a consideration, but does not drive the quality of care provided to our customers. While highly independent, ANMC physicians work as a team with colleagues, nursing and staff. Everyone at ANMC believes they are doing important work that is appreciated, and that makes a difference in the lives of our customers. ANMC physicians enjoy competitive compensation, superior benefits, a meaningful practice and the opportunity to create a balanced life.
If the quality of your personal life is as important as the quality of care you provide your patients, practice at one of America's most unique hospitals, in one of the world's most incredible locations!