The Alaska Area Native Health Service provides comprehensive health services to Alaska Native people, Eskimos, Aleuts, Indians, and non-natives in remote locales through fee-for-service care. Health professionals working in Alaska experience first-hand the various cultures and traditions of Native Alaskans. Members of several tribes have historically lived in well-defined regions with little mixing of ethnic groups. As a result, each group retains many of its original customs and beliefs. The Alaska Area Service Units include hospitals, ambulatory health care centers, and community health aide clinics.
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The Alaska Area has no federally operated healthcare facilities. Learn more about the tribal and urban facilities.