Southcentral Foundation is located in Anchorage, Alaska. We offer a wide variety of employment opportunities with a very generous and competitive benefits package. We employ fully qualified staff in all positions and commit ourselves to serving Alaska Native and American Indian people.
• Exceptional work-life Balance
• No Call
• Outpatient only, with an OB option
• You will be assigned your "own team" of nurses and staff
• Practice is patient relationship based and focuses on continuity of care
• You will have access to resources and specialists, such as Behavioral Health, Pharmacists, Nurse Midwives, and Dietician
We're structured to optimize the skills and contributions of our employees and have a 93 percent employee satisfaction rate. We offer an award-winning onboarding program for entry-level positions throughout the organization.
We work as an efficient, productive and accepting team, sharing responsibilities and recognizing that our work affects other team members. We deliver care to our clients in a humanistic and heartfelt way, recognizing that each client is unique.
Only in Anchorage can you meet a moose, walk on a glacier and explore a vast, natural park all in a single day. Between mountains and an inlet, surrounded by national parks and filled with Alaska wildlife, Anchorage combines the best of Alaska in a city that has the comforts of home and the hospitality of the Last Frontier.
Anchorage is the place where young spirits and adventurous souls come to play. Alaska activities including famous wildlife, spectacular mountain vistas, fascinating cultures and icy blue glaciers all await your discovery. Metropolitan luxuries mix with unrivaled natural wonders to make Anchorage an unforgettable destination.
On foot or by bike, in wooded seclusion or speeding along the blacktop, exploring every Anchorage park and every mile of the trail could last a lifetime. But wildlife views, wilderness access, and unrivaled recreational opportunities put a handful of trails and parks above the rest.
The Coastal Trail stretches along Cook Inlet from downtown to Kincaid Park, linking up with other trails. Explore a favorite hangout for Alaska wildlife, discover the power of quakes on the Anchorage landscape, or sit in the sun steps away from the bustling city.