Eastern Aleutian Tribes Press Release November/December 2015
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• Caught Ya Caring Winners for December:
• Thank you Bonita Babcock (CHAP, King Cove) for coming in on both weekend
days earlier in the month and on a weekend when you were not on-call. There were several emergencies that weekend, and Bonita came up to help the on-call providers and to see other patients while the on-call providers were busy with a medevac. Thank you for your willingness to help out.
• We would like to recognize Ashylynn Brandell (CIC, King Cove) for all the awesome posters she has helped make for our health fair. She is always willing to help and does and awesome job.
• Welcome our New Hires:
• Laura Mack, Intermittent Janitor, King Cove (first day October 27 )
• Open Positions:
• Behavioral Health Aides/CHR* – Akutan (An itinerant is working in Akutan, but she
could help other villages if we could fill this position with a full-time person.)
• Behavioral Health Clinical Manager – This position requires 50% traveling and we are
looking for a Psychiatrist, Physician with added certification in Addiction Medicine or
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in order to manage medications.
• Clinical Information Clerk (CIC)/Janitor* – Akutan
• Community Health Aides* – Adak and Nelson Lagoon
• CIC/Community Health Representative (CHR)* – Akutan
• Immersive Learning and Education Program Manager – Any Site
• Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant – Adak, Akutan, King Cove, and Sand Point,
and recruiting for Itinerants
• Planning and Development Manager – Any Site
*Note: No experience necessary. Training will be provided.
Report on Events:
The King Cove Clinic held its annual health fair on November 23, 2015. It was a great success with over 20 booths which included everything from a Strong Man Competition, Survival Suit Races, and Drug Booth to a Diabetes table, Germs table, Flu Shots, Nutrition table with fresh fruit, and life size operation table to Nolan the Colon. We had many health related games and education for all ages. The prizes we had this year were all health related. We had a Fitbit, Zumba Fitness Set, Punching Bag Set, Electronic Toothbrush, Doc McStuffin Operation Game for kids and even a round trip ticket to Anchorage. We had over 175 people come enjoy our fair, 133 people updated their registrations, and 24 people are now up-to-date on their flu shots! It was great fun for the people who attended and even for those who put it together. We would like to thank everyone who came and all of our donors and volunteers. We could not have pulled it off without all their support. We hope those who could not join us this year will have the chance to come enjoy our fair next year.