We are organized as Dena’ Nena’ Henash or “Our Land Speaks”; an Alaska Native non-profit corporation, charged with advancing Tribal self-determination and enhancing regional Native unity. Tanana Chiefs Conference main offices are in Fairbanks. We provide services while balancing traditional Athabascan and Alaska Native values with modern demands. We works toward meeting the health and social service needs of Tribal members and beneficiaries throughout our region.
Chief Andrew Isaac Health Center (CAIHC) is an award winning tribal super clinic located in Fairbanks. CAIHC employs a Patient Centered Medical Home model of collaborative primary care teams. Family Practice, Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, Women's Health, Psychiatry, Orthopedic PA, Radiology, Dentistry, Optometry, Lab, and Pharmacy are all services at the health center.
Our organization is proud to be accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). All of our Community Health Centers are FTCA-Deemed facilities. TCC Health Services Mission: TCC Health Services, in partnership with those we serve, promotes and enhances spiritual, physical, mental and emotional wellness through education, prevention and the delivery of quality services
We provide comprehensive outpatient services to Indian Health Service beneficiaries in the Interior of Alaska. Chief Andrew Isaac Health Center (CAIHC) services include family medicine, internal medicine, orthopedics, pediatrics, obstetrics, gynecology, WIC, and women’s health.
The Tanana Chiefs Conference has over 700 full-time employees and numerous part-time and seasonal positions. About two-thirds of the staff members work in village positions, and about two-thirds of the employees are Alaska Native.
Fairbanks is a welcoming university community with great schools and a surprising amount of arts, music, theater and community activities. Situated in the Tanana River Valley with the Alaska Range to the south and the Brooks Range to the north, Fairbanks is surrounded by the awesome beauty of wilderness. Groomed and lighted cross-country ski trails at both Birch Hill and the University of Alaska provide world class winter recreation. Summer boasts extended hours of daylight in the land of the midnight sun with unlimited options for outdoor adventures: alpine hiking, river trips, boating, cycling, camping, national parks, fishing, etc.
This is a wonderful welcoming community for the individual or family looking for a new adventure.