Are you due for a screening?
Health screenings are key elements on your checkup checklist. Proven preventive screenings, such as colonoscopy, mammography and Pap smear are vital to maintaining good health, especially as you get older. Learn for yourself some surprising facts about the effectiveness of screenings. 
Early disease detection typically means reduced health risks and greater options for treatment and care, so it’s essential that you don’t delay any screenings.
Schedule an appointment with your doctor to check any necessary screenings off your list today.
Tips for safer holidays
Planning to share a Thanksgiving dinner? Do it around bigger, more socially distanced tables or consider celebrating virtually for the safest holiday this year.
Recipe: Curried chicken with mango
Your taste buds are in for a treat with this easy oven-baked curried chicken with mango salad. Our kitchen tester said "it's like an explosion of flavor in your mouth."
Webinar: Weight management
Join Cecelia Jacobson, registered dietitian, for a free webinar from 11 to 11:30 a.m. (AKST), Monday, Nov. 30, on ways to manage your weight through the holidays.

Help is just a call away
If you or a loved one are in crisis and aren’t sure where to turn, give the CARES Crisis Line a call at 907-225-2273 (CARE).

Annual memorial service
Join us for a virtual memorial service from 5-6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 28, as we remember those who have died in our community in the past year.

Healthy You Classes & Events
Advance Care Directive Class On Demand
Any time is a good time to complete or update your advance directive. You can watch an on-demand workshop to walk you through the process of creating a plan for Alaska residents.

COVID-19 Visitor Policy
We care deeply about the safety of our patients. With the increase in local COVID-19 cases, please review our visitation policy.
  • CLINIC: No visitors are allowed with minor exceptions. Family/partner participation during visits using video chat technology is welcome and encouraged.
  • HOSPITAL: Patients are limited to one designated visitor per day following a health screening and adhering to our masking policy.
Restricting the number of people who enter our doors will help us to keep our environment as healing and safe as possible. Special exceptions will be made on a case-by-case basis. Please call with any questions before arriving at the facility.
Please contact your provider or nearest PeaceHealth location for all medical and scheduling questions.