Patient Transportation 

New CRNA Patient Transportation Schedule

CRNA has shifted its Primary Care Clinic to the Tazlina Clinic, so we have modified our Transportation Schedule to accommodate that shift.

Note that this new schedule gives nearly hourly service to the Tazlina clinic; Northbound every other hour, Southbound every other hour.

New Transportation Schedules have been posted at CRNA offices, and are available in all the transport vehicles, the front desk, on the Transport Schedule page, and here for a dowloadable copy.

All of the village clinics will have posted copies of this schedule for everyone to see.

If there are any questions regarding the new schedule, please feel free to call John Pepper at 822-8878.

Travel Reimbursement

The Scheduled Transportation Program provides non-emergency transportation to all eligible beneficiaries that reside within the Copper River Native Association (CRNA) service area and do not have any means of reliable transportation.  Transport is either a “local” transport to the nearest medical/dental/Behavioral Health facility or a “long distance” transport to Alaska Native Medical Center (AMNC) or another medical facility authorized by ANMC/Wrangell Mountain Dental Clinic.

The Scheduled Transportation Program is coordinated by the local Community Health Aides (CHA), the Health Department, Wrangell Mountain Dental Clinic, CRNA Behavioral Health Service Department, and Alaska Native Medical Center (AMNC) or another medical facility authorized by ANMC through the CRNA Transportation Coordinator.

The Transportation Coordinator requires 1-business day (24-hours) notice for local patient transports and 2-business days (48-hours) notice for long distance transportation.  All transport requests are to be submitted by 2pm daily. Transportation requests must come from the Dental Clinic or a Health Aide.

 

For more information call the Transportation Coordinator at 907-822-8878.

Here is the Patient Transport Pamphlet and online schedule.

 

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