Providence has a long history of serving Alaska, beginning when the Sisters of Providence first brought health care to Nome in 1902 during the Gold Rush. This pioneering spirit set the standard for modern health care in Alaska and formed the foundation for Providence’s growth as the state’s leading health care provider.
Today, Providence serves Alaskans in six communities – Anchorage, Eagle River, Kodiak Island, Mat-Su, Seward, and Valdez. Providence Alaska is the state’s largest private employer with more than 4,000 full and part-time employees working for the organization statewide.
Providence Health & Services Alaska’s long history of serving the state dates back more than 100 years to the Gold Rush when the Sisters of Providence brought health care to Nome. Today, Providence continues that mission of service by providing Alaskans with health care offered nowhere else in the state. Among our unique services are Alaska’s only children’s hospital and the only Level III Newborn Intensive Care Unit. We also provide treatments and technologies available only at Providence Alaska Medical Center. Here are some of the reasons why Alaskans are choosing Providence:
Level II Trauma Center
Providence Alaska Medical Center is a Level II Trauma Center, a verification from The American College of Surgeons that ensures clinicians are available at all times to provide care to trauma patients. As a Level II Trauma Center, PAMC is a hub for trauma patients coming from outlying areas across Alaska. The hospital has received this verification for both adults and children.
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