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KEEPING OUR COMMUNITY HEALTHY
Welcome to the Sunshine Community Health Center. Our Doctors, Physicians Assistants, Dentists, Nurses, Behavioral Health and other medical professionals are all here to help you and your family be strong, happy and healthy with access to the services you need to achieve your wellness goals.
We have two convenient locations in Willow and Talkeetna and accept Medicare, Medicaid, Denali KidCare, Veterans and most other third-party insurances. Our health and wellness services are available to all including those who are without insurance or are underinsured.
As the COVID-19 pandemic forced us all to change our daily routines, our communities did the job they were asked to do – stay home and stay safe. We know how hard this was but we are confident your efforts make a tremendous, positive difference in the health of our communities. But, emergencies don’t follow the same rules. Things like injuries,...
News about the measles arrival in Alaska last July and outbreaks in other parts of the United States remind us of the importance of immunizations and vaccinations. Measles is contagious and can be deadly. However, it is preventable with the MMR vaccine. What is the difference between vaccination and immunization? A vaccination is an injection you...
As children grow from year to year, so does their vision. During childhood there may be obvious signs where parents can tell that their child has vision problems; symptoms such as squinting, holding a book very close to their face, or complain about blurry vision. However, some vision problem signs are less noticeable. Here are ways to tell that...
Sunshine Community Health Center is committed to accessible, proactive, quality health care, promoting community wellness through outreach and education.
To become the healthiest rural area in the USA
- Increased, integrated services
- Community involvement
- Training center for rural health care providers
- Adequate funding
- Community and school-based services
- Progressive, staying on the leading edge of healthcare
- Highly functioning organization with excellent systems and processes
- Fiscal Responsibility
This health center receives HHS funding and has Federal Public Health Service (PHS) deemed status with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.