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Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center
4951 Business Park Blvd
Anchorage, AK 99503

Facility Details

ANHC employs health care providers in the following specialty areas: Family practice medical care for all ages including expecting families, infants, children, teens, adult men and women and seniors; Comprehensive dental care including urgent care, exams, x-rays, and a variety of procedures; Behavioral health services; Care for pregnant women; Pediatric services; Women’s health; Xray and lab services; Pharmacy; Screening and care for diabetes; Care for people with HIV/AIDS; Education programs; Flu shots and immunizations.

ANHC is proud of its reputation. Employees care about Health Center patients, the organization, their fellow employees, as well as their community. Everyone works together towards common goals.

ANHC also offers an attractive benefits package to employees working 20 hours or more. Benefits include: Generous Salaries, Health and Dental Insurance, Generous Paid Time Off, Retirement Plan, Tax-deferred annuity, Payroll direct deposit, Various AFLAC Insurance Plans, and a flexible work environment.

Community Details

Anchorage, AK

Additional Community Information

Anchorage is located in South Central Alaska. It lies slightly farther north than Oslo, Stockholm, Helsinki and St. Petersburg. Because of Anchorage's latitude, summer days are very long and winter daylight hours are very short. Anchorage is often cloudy during the winter, which decreases the amount of sunlight experienced by residents.

A diverse wildlife population exists within urban Anchorage and the surrounding area. Approximately 250 black bears and 60 grizzly bears live in the area. Bears are regularly sighted within the city. Moose are also a common sight.

Located next to Town Square Park in downtown Anchorage, the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts is a three-part complex, hosting numerous performing arts events each year. The facility can accommodate more than 3,000 persons.

Parks, gardens, and wildlife refuges include: the Alaska Native Heritage Center; The Alaska Botanical Garden contains over 900 species of hardy perennials and 150 native plant species; Alaska Zoo; Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center; Anchorage Coastal Wildlife Refuge; Delaney Park Strip; Kincaid Park; Point Woronzof Park; Earthquake Park; Russian Jack Park; Flattop Mountain Recreation Area; Westchester Lagoon/Margaret Eagan Sullivan Park; and the Valley of the Moon Park.


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