Traditional Teachings of Safe Food Preservation (appeared in Kaniqsirugut News No. 70) Foodborne botulism is nothing new to the people of northwest Alaska. Through public awareness campaigns and increased availability of the antitoxin treatment, fatalities from the life-threatening illness have been on the decline. Yet sometimes, serious cases still crop up, even Read More
Complete the NSHC Community Health Needs Assessment to provide advice on how NSHC is doing and how it can better help your community. Anyone who completes the survey by September 1, 2019 will be entered to win one of two 40,000-mile Alaska Airlines tickets! Head to: tinyurl.com/nshc-chna
Norton Sound Health Corporation and Nome Arts Council have organized the Seals on Parade event! Eighty-seven seal cut-outs have been decorated by local artists and posted up through out town. You can find a walking tour map of all the seals here. Complete the walk, checking off the seals you see as you go, and Read More
Press Release: Governor’s vetoes pose serious threats to health care services and quality of life Norton Sound Health Corporation is responding to Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s recently announced $440 million in budget cuts by strongly urging the Alaska Legislature to fully override the governor’s vetoes. The budget vetoes included $83 million in cuts to the Medicaid Read More
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NSHC is participating in a statewide drill, along with State of Alaska, City of Nome and other local agencies, to test the coordination of an epidemic response.