Urgent Care is for when your health needs are pressing and can't wait for a Primary Care visit. At CRNA Urgent Care, we handle a variety of urgent medical needs, including but not limited to:
- Sprains, strains, and broken bones
- Difficulty breathing or chest pain
- Other urgent health issues
Should you have any doubts about your condition, our dedicated Urgent Care Line is always available to assist.
Urgent Care Line - (907) 822-8809
Unlike Urgent Care, which addresses immediate health concerns, a Primary Care visit is focused on your ongoing health and preventative care. These visits with your regular doctor are key to managing your overall health and wellness over time. In a Primary Care setting, you can expect:
- Routine health check-ups and physicals, essential for tracking your health status.
- Vaccinations and immunizations, crucial for preventing illnesses.
- Management of chronic conditions, ensuring they are kept under control and don't escalate.
Learn more about Primary Care.
- Check your MyHealth patient portal under Menu-Appointments-View upcoming appointments
- You can also call PCC front desk and they can let you know and get you signed up for MyHealth for the future
- Lab results can also be viewed on your MyHealth patient portal. Your provider will be calling you with your results but you can view them ahead of time on your portal while you wait for the call.
- You can call the main CRNA line at 822-5241 then press 1, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can send us a message through your MyHealth by going under messaging-inbox-send a message then send to CRNA Patient Care Coordination. Email and MyHealth is a great way to contact us for non-urgent requests such a needing to update your person information, requesting a future appointment for a physical or well child check or if you just have a general question.
You have two options:
- Do it on your own - Click Here
- Schedule an appointment with CRNA to help guide you through the process.
- Not all Tribal Health Organizations provide Specialty Services. CRNA is able to provide these Specialty Services because of Medicaid and other insurance billing.
- IHS is not insurance. The money CRNA collects from Medicaid and other insurance providers helps us to provide Specialty Services to our beneficiaries, which include:
- Wellness services – Chiropractic, Physical Therapy, Massage Therapy
- Dental services – Crowns, Bridges, Dentures
- Burial Benefits, Cancer Benefits, Eyeglasses, Hearing Aides, etc.
- DenaliCare is the State of Alaska’s name for Medicaid (the federal supplemental insurance program)
- Denali KidCare is the State of Alaska’s name for Medicaid for persons under 18 yrs old.
- Denali KidCare covers children birth to 18 years of age and pregnant women who meet income eligibility standards.
- Go to the CRNA website. Hover over Resources, under Eligibility and Forms in the Purchased and Referred Care section click on ASU Travel Reimbursement. This form can be completed before or after your appointment.