Providence Alaska Foundation promoted regional director of operations Cynthia Libby as its new President. She also takes on the title of Chief Philanthropy Officer of the fundraising arm of Providence Health & Services Alaska.
Providence St. Elias Specialty Hospital received a three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, making it the only such facility in Alaska.
The University of Alaska Foundation has a new Chief Financial Officer. Alex Slivka brings more than forty years of experience in accounting, finance, and investments to the nonprofit that stewards the UA System’s philanthropic support.
The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority awarded $1,554,000 to Providence Alaska for a new Crisis Stabilization Center for individuals experiencing a behavioral health crisis in Anchorage.
Mushers, educators, elected officials, and more join the roster of Alaska’s most honored women at an induction ceremony October 18.
The chief executive of Providence Alaska is retiring, to be succeeded by the head of Anchorage’s largest private employer.
Alaska’s only pediatric specialty hospital now goes by the name Providence Alaska Children’s Hospital, with a new logo to match.
Providence Alaska House is designed as permanent supportive housing for senior citizens in Anchorage who have nowhere else to live.
To alert consumers to medical expenses they might not be able to afford, Congress passed the No Surprises Act in late 2020. Its ban on unexpected bills from out-of-network providers, out-of-network facilities, and out-of-network air ambulance providers took effect at the start of 2022.
Providence Alaska has a new ExpressCare clinic in Wasilla, bringing an urgent care option to the Matanuska-Susitna Valley.