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Eastern Aleutian Tribes

- Competitive compensation, full benefits package!

- Loan repayment and sign on bonus!

- Live in a location with unlimited outdoor activities.


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Eastern Aleutian Tribes

Our Mission

Eastern Aleutian Tribes will provide and continually improve quality services in all aspects of health care supporting the well being of our people.

Our Vision

Eastern Aleutian Tribes has the healthiest people in the nation

Our Values

Respect, Integrity, Dignity, Caring, Empowerment, Innovation, and Collaboration 

Eastern Aleutian Tribes was formed in 1991 and includes seven Aleut tribes from the Aleutian Islands and Alaska Peninsula. Our service area comprises over 100,000 square miles of the most beautiful, remote, and challenging locations in the world. 

If you love the ocean, enjoy fishing and working in small communities, our tribal health organization operates community health centers where medical, dental services and behavioral health are integrated. We are mission-driven with a purpose to help our people be the healthiest in the world.

One of the strengths of the work is not being inundated with patients--you can take the time to sit down, listen, counsel and work with patients to the fullest extent of your training and talents.

Reason to work for us:

- Competitive compensation, full benefits package!
- Loan repayment and sign on bonus!
- Live in a location with unlimited outdoor activities.


Facilities

Adak Medical Center
PO BOX 2105, Adak, AK 99546

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Eastern Aleutian Tribes provides medical services in the federally qualified health center in the community of Adak. This facility houses a community staff of one healthcare provider to serve a population of approximately 130 residents.

Adak, AK

Adak is near the end of the Aleutians, a chain of around 200 islands that arc out from southwest Alaska and separate the North Pacific Ocean from the Bering Sea. The Aleut peoples heavily populated Adak as early as 9,000 years ago, heading east in the 19th century to follow the Russian fur trade. The U.S. developed Adak as a naval base after World War II. When the base closed, a small settlement of several hundred remained.

Adak is also a bountiful island, half of it held within the Alaska Maritime Wildlife Refuge. Eagles are everywhere. 700-pound Adak caribou roam wild.

Springtime brings carpets of wild flowers. Mudflats and sheltered tundra habitats attract rare indigenous birds to the shores -Clam Lagoon offers excellent opportunity for bird watchers. The Aleutian Housing Authority can provide a warm, colorful, comfortable place to stay.

 

Anesia Kudrin Memorial Clinic
PO BOX 113, Akutan, AK 99553

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Eastern Aleutian Tribes provides medical services in the federally qualified health center in the community of Akutan. This facility houses a community staff of one healthcare provider to serve a population of approximately 130 residents.

Akutan, AK

Although Akutan is one of the busiest fishing ports in the country, it is one of the most traditional Aleut communities in the Borough as well. The village proper is small, there are no roads, just boardwalks, and an easy walk gets you anywhere in town. The population is mostly Aleut, and many traditions are still carried forward from earlier days.

Located on a deep, protected bay, Akutan is 40 miles closer to the fishing grounds than Dutch Harbor. Trident Seafoods, one of the largest fish processing plants in Alaska, is located about one-quarter mile down the beach from the village. The City has a public dock that can accommodate most freighters and fishing vessels, as well as the State ferry Tustumena. The City's new boat harbor, located at the head of the bay, is slated to open in 2015 and will provide moorage for 58 vessels ranging up to 165 feet in length.

Hiking on the island is diverse-wildflowers and berries abound on the hills and mountains. There is a thermal hot springs within hiking distance of the village. Hardy souls have climbed all the way to the crater of Akutan volcano, which is about seven miles west of the village. The volcano is active, with steady steam emissions and an occasional dusting of volcanic ash. There are no bears on the island, although you can see an occasional fox, and Akutan and the surrounding islands teem with birds and sea life. The whiskered auklet is found on the nearby Baby Islands, one of only two places it exists in the world. Fishing is excellent in the waters around Akutan, and some of the largest halibut in the world have been caught in Akutan Pass at the west side of the Island.
 

Anna Livingston Memorial Clinic
PO Box 65, Cold Bay, AK 99571

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Eastern Aleutian Tribes provides medical services in the federally qualified health center in the community of Cold Bay. Cold Bay’s population is approximately 40 residents. Eastern Aleutian Tribes operates the Anna Livingston Memorial Clinic, which is located in Cold Bay.

Cold Bay, AK

Cold Bay - one of a kind community that prides itself on its rugged wilderness and down to earth lifestyle. If you have an adventuresome, outdoor spirit and are ready to experience Alaska at its most wild, Cold Bay, with its rich history and front door access to the Izembek Wildlife Refuge, is just the place for you. 

On a clear day in Cold Bay, you can see some of the most dramatic sights in the world. To the west, you'll see the National Natural Landmark, Shishaldin Volcano. Shishaldin Volcano is about 50 miles away from Cold Bay on Unimak Island. At more than 9,000 feet high, Shishaldin is the tallest volcano on the island. Shishaldin almost always has a puff of steam from its summit crater, hence the nickname, “Smoking Moses.” It’s an active volcano which is highly unpredictable. Frosty Peak is a 5,803-foot volcano that sits to the southwest of Cold Bay. Topped with snow throughout the year, Mount Frosty’s snowmelt feeds Russell Creek. About 35 miles due east are the dramatic Aghileen Pinnacles, which form a portion of the boundary between Izembek and the Alaska Peninsula National Wildlife Refuge. Sitting next to the pinnacles is Pavlov, another active volcano that’s visible from Cold Bay. Mount Pavlov is 8,200 feet high.

The 417,533-acre Izembek National Wildlife Refuge (INWR) plays an integral part in everyday life for those lucky enough to live in Cold Bay. More than 95 percent of the INWR is designated wilderness. The refuge also draws visitors from around the world. Izembek is home to a wide variety of fish and wildlife in this ecologically unique part of the world. You’ll find parka squirrels, foxes, caribou, moose, land otters, ermines, brown bears, shorebirds, seabirds and an array of waterfowl here. The coastal waters around the refuge are populated with harbor seals, sea otters, walruses and Steller sea lions. Each spring and fall, gray, minke, killer and humpback whales migrate through. World-famous hunting opportunities for brown bear, caribou, and waterfowl can be found in Izembek and the entire region. When salmon are running, brown bear densities are among the highest recorded in Alaska. At the heart of the refuge is the Izembek Lagoon. Home to some of the largest eelgrass beds in the world, the lagoon provides feeding and resting grounds for hundreds of thousands of birds. More than 98 percent of the world’s Pacific black brant arrive at Izembek Lagoon each fall to feed on eelgrass in preparation for their 3,000 miles non-stop flight to Mexico. Other birds traveling through the refuge each fall include mallards, Canada Geese, rock sandpipers and dunlins. Steller’s eiders and emperor geese stay through the winter.

King Cove Medical Clinic
PO BOX 9, King Cove, AK 99612

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Eastern Aleutian Tribes provides medical, dental and behavioral health services in the federally qualified health center in the community of King Cove. This facility houses a community staff of 15 healthcare providers to serve a population of approximately 800-900 residents.

King Cove, AK

King Cove is located on the south side of the Alaska Peninsula, on a sand spit fronting Deer Passage and Deer Island. It is 18 miles southeast of Cold Bay and 625 miles southwest of Anchorage.

A state-owned 3,500' long by 100' wide gravel runway is available. Gale force crosswinds are common, as the airport lies in a valley between two volcanic peaks. Currently, a hovercraft provides regular service to Cold Bay, which enjoys more stable flying conditions. The state ferry operates bi-monthly between May and October in King Cove.

Sand Point Medical Clinic
PO BOX 172, Sand Point, AK 99661

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Eastern Aleutian Tribes provides medical, dental and behavioral health services in the federally qualified health center in the community of Sand Point. This facility houses a community staff of 15 healthcare providers to serve a population of approximately 800-900 residents.

Sand Point, AK

The City of Sand Point is located on the northwest portion of Popof Island, in the Shumagin Island group that lies south of the Alaska Peninsula. With the warmth of its people and natural beauty, Sand Point can make any visitor's journey into the Aleutians a rich and memorable experience.

Wildlife viewing opportunities are abundant whether visiting the harbor or enjoying our new trail system. The easy-to-moderate trails for hiking offer breathtaking views.

As a haven for wildlife, Popof Island is host to numerous species of birds, including eagles, cormorants, kittiwakes and puffins. A large herd of buffalo, managed by the Shumagin Corporation, roam freely in protected valleys. Otters, sea lions, and seals are regular visitors to the harbor and beaches. Migrating whales are also seen during the summer months in Popof Strait.

Popof Island, like the rest of the Aleutians, is naturally treeless. Native vegetation consists of alder and willow shrub, and alpine tundra. In the summer months the island is rich in salmonberries, mossberries, blueberries, and cranberries. Grasses and sedges, mosses and wild-flowers are also abundant.


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3380 C Street, Suite 100
Anchorage, AK  99503

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