Samuel Simmonds Memorial Hospital

Samuel Simmonds Memorial Hospital is a state-of-the-art medical center located in Utqiaġvik, Alaska. From this hub, ASNA provides a full array of health care services at both local facilities and in remote villages. To learn more about Samuel Simmonds Memorial Hospital, click here.


Social Services

ASNA Social Services play an integral role in the health of our communities. Social Services programs provide a broad spectrum of services. They range from general assistance programs for times of need to scholarship opportunities for students pursuing educational opportunities. Every branch of the ASNA Social Services department works for the health and well-being of the people of the Arctic Slope. Learn more here.


Aimaaġvik Assisted Living

Aimaaġvik is a 12-bed facility with six shared rooms. Longtime ASNA employee Diane (Dee) Nosbisch is the director of Aimaaġvik Assisted Living. To learn more about Aimaaġvik Assisted Living, click here.


Medical Travel and Funeral Assistance

Some of the most difficult decisions to make in health care involve how to pay to access the services you need and where to get help when someone we love passes on. The Medical Travel and Funeral Assistance Program supports the traditional Iñupiat values of compassion, cooperation, and love and respect for one another.  To learn more about the MTFA program, click here.


Child Care Developement Fund Resources

The Arctic Slope Native Association offers child care services through our Child Care Development Fund in Nuiqsut, Atqasuk, Point Hope, Anaktuvuk Pass, Wainwright, Kaktovik, Point Lay, and through a memorandum of agreement, we assist the Native Village of Barrow. To learn more about the CCDF program, click here.

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