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Mat-Su Health Services, Inc.
1363 W. Spruce Ave
Wasilla, AK 99654

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Mat-Su Health Services is a progressive Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) providing integrated medical, dental and behavioral health care.

Working here means making a difference for underserved populations and helping people with real challenges. Work with a Mission-driven team on a beautiful campus and enjoy a robust benefits package.

Our Mission: Dedicated to improving the health of our community, one person at a time—through affordable medical, dental and behavioral health care attracts and inspires a caring, competent workforce.

We are recognized with CARF accreditation and Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home Status. Our employees consistently praise and enjoy the flexibility we afford them.

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Wasilla, AK

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In Alaska terms, the size of Wasilla is just right - Large enough to have metropolitan amenities and a blossoming growth center for business, yet small enough to preserve the charm, security, and familiarity of small-town living.

The quality of life is excellent, the water is clean and abundant, the air is fresh, and the people are friendly. Residents have easy access to major cities, other small towns, suburban areas, farmlands, and isolated cabins. Proximity to Anchorage and the magnificent coastal areas of the South-central region provides residents with additional economic, educational, cultural, and recreational opportunities. The 50-minute commute between Wasilla and Anchorage is manageable and scenic.

Surrounded by majesty, Wasilla sits between two river valleys carved by prehistoric glaciers. The city is sheltered from extreme weather by the Talkeetna Mountains and nestled between two beautiful lakes—Wasilla and Lucille.

A year-round recreation paradise, Wasilla is the home of the world-renowned Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race and the Tesoro Iron-Dog 2000, the world’s longest snowmobile race. Fishing, swimming, boating, hiking, and biking are popular activities during summer’s long daylight hours, and mountains, lakes, streams, wetlands, tundra, and boreal forests are within easy reach.

The population is young and family-based - According to Census 2000, 34 percent of Wasilla’s population is younger than 18, and the median age is 29.7 years. Health, education, recreation, and quality of family life are priorities addressed daily by civic leaders and residents.

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