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Step up, mask up alaska!

ASHNHA’s Step Up, Mask Up Alaska social media campaign has one mission: to encourage Alaskans to wear masks so together, we can reverse the current COVID-19 trend and protect public health, our economy, and the ones we love.

Pledge partners

ASHNHA Pledge Partners have committed to supporting ASHNHA’s 2020 virtual conference at the same level as last year. We celebrate their outstanding dedication to ASHNHA and the Alaska healthcare community.

COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus)

ASHNHA is closely monitoring the rapidly-emerging outbreak of COVID-19 and working to connect members to resources to support preparation and response.

Alaska Caring Notes

“Alaska Caring Notes” is an initiative to encourage children who are home from school to take time to write notes, upload a drawing, or send a video to residents in nursing homes. We know this is a difficult and lonely time and this is an Alaskan way to spread some happiness throughout our nursing homes. Let’s flood their homes with love!

2020 Advocacy Documents

Take a look at ASHNHA's positon on important matters, such as Medicaid, capacity challenges, and reform.

2019 ASHNHA Annual Report

This report provides an update on ASHNHA’s strategic priorities while outlining important governance, communication, and financial information.

Don’t delay. Get your healthcare today!
associate membership

Contact us if you would like to become an Associate Member of ASHNHA. We have three levels - Community Partner, Gold Corporate & Platinum Corporate.

This National Assisted Living Week we celebrate Alaska's heroes. It takes special people to work in long term care, and our caregivers consistently go above and beyond the call of duty. Not only do they keep their residents safe and healthy, but they keep them entertained and engaged. Thank you, team members! #NALW ... See MoreSee Less

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Strong work Charlee, Juneau is lucky to have you educating the community.LISTEN: Bartlett Regional Hospital Infection Preventionist Charlee Gribbon, RN, shares tips on how to stay safe this Labor Day weekend while visiting with family and friends: "I'm not saying, don't be social, but be safe." www.kinyradio.com/podcasts/capital-chat/episode/capital-chat-9-4-20/?autoplay=1

And 800/94.9 KINY host Matt Walker offers his congratulations on her recent Frontline Patient Safety Award from the Alaska State Hospital and Nursing Home Association. Congratulations, Charlee! Thank you for everything you do for Juneau.
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Thanks for the reminder CBJ.Got your phone? Got your wallet? Keys? Chapstick?

When you head out the door, whatever you bring, double-check you’ve got your mask, too.

#maskupAlaska
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