CRNA, in partnership with Ahtna Inc. purchases their first ambulance. The ambulance is not used to respond to 911 calls at this time.
A separate testing facility is constructed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
CRNA transitions to Incident Command System, suspending regular services for the first time due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
CRNA Responds to the COVID-19 Pandemic by equipping villages with over 400 safety and sanitation kits, building testing and vaccination teams, and implementing safety measures.
Behavioral Health is the first to utilize telehealth technology. Telehealth services would surge just two years later as the COVID-19 pandemic suspends face to face appointments.
Child Development Employee. Childcare becomes available to all CRNA employees, increasing employee capacity.
CRNA undergoes re-branding. The new logo represents elements of the Copper River Valley and Denali, so as to include the Cantwell service area.
Constructed in Copperville The Newly Constructed Robert Marshall Building allows for service expansion.
Behavioral Health Aide training begins (ANTHC).
CRNA moves to self governance in the 90’s after successfully negotiating IHS and BIA compacts.