Bristol Bay Area Health Corp

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Name :

Bristol Bay Area Health Corp

Address  :

6000 Kanakanak Road
Box 130

Town  :

Dillingham

State  :

Alaska

Country  :

USA

Post Code:

99576

Phone  :

907 842 5201

Web URL  :

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Description

Our Mission
To promote health with competence a caring attitude and cultural sensitivity

Our Vision
BBAHC is a tribal organization that is the model of quality medical innovation and financial viability in rural Alaska

Our Philosophy
We believe the people of Bristol Bay can and should be healthy Individuals have a right to and responsibility for making informed decisions that affect their health status

We believe we must remain accountable to the tribes of Bristol Bay who entrust their health care resources to the Corporation and be responsible trustees of these resources

We believe that all people in Bristol Bay should have an equal right to access health care services and we will strive to meet those needs within the bounds of limited resources

We believe in Native preference hiring

We believe that prevention of health care problems is more desirable than treatment We will strive to provide family focused prevention and health education information to villages that will result in healthy lifestyle choices

We believe in respecting elders and in providing resources that foster their dignity and independence

We believe it is necessary to provide encouragement to Alaska Natives to receive higher education to select health care careers and return to Bristol Bay to pursue their chosen field

We believe in fostering crosscultural understanding

We believe the Corporation should provide a good role model

We believe in fostering a healthy environment

We believe in developing and delivering health care services in accordance with the customary and traditional way of life of the people of Bristol Bay

We believe we must remain accountable to the tribes of Bristol Bay who entrust their health care resources to the Corporation and be responsible trustees of these resources

We believe that all people in Bristol Bay should have an equal right to access health care services and we will strive to meet those needs within the bounds of limited resources

We believe in Native preference hiring

We believe that prevention of health care problems is more desirable than treatment We will strive to provide family focused prevention and health education information to villages that will result in healthy lifestyle choices

We believe in respecting elders and in providing resources that foster their dignity and independence

We believe it is necessary to provide encouragement to Alaska Natives to receive higher education to select health care careers and return to Bristol Bay to pursue their chosen field

We believe in fostering crosscultural understanding

We believe the Corporation should provide a good role model

We believe in fostering a healthy environment

We believe in developing and delivering health care services in accordance with the customary and traditional way of life of the people of Bristol Bay
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