Eligibility to receive direct health services at the Alaska Native Medical Center are outlined below. Those eligible to receive these services are stated in detail in ANMC Policy # 703F.
Alaska Native Medical Center can administer direct health services to individuals who meet the following requirements:
American Indian or Alaska Native
- An Alaska Native person listed on the original Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) roll;
- A lineal descendent of a person listed on the original ANCSA roll;
- A person holding a Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB) issued by the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) or a federally recognized tribe;
- A person recognized as an official member of a federally recognized Indian tribe (excluding honorary or other non-constitutional or non-customary forms of membership.)
Children of eligible Alaska Native or American Indian, including:
- Non-Indian foster children;
- Adopted children;
- Legal wards or orphans, until they reach the age of 19.
Limited types of services can be administered to certain individuals who meet the following requirements:
Non-Indian Woman Pregnant with Indian Man’s Child
ANMC will provide limited services to non-Indian women pregnant with an eligible American Indian or Alaska Native man’s child.
ANMC will provide emergency medical screening and stabilization to all individuals, including those who not otherwise are eligible for services, in accordance with the EMS/EMTALA Policy and related procedures. ANMC may also provide additional care that may be needed until an appropriate referral can be made and/or to complete the course of treatment.
For further assistance or questions, contact Central Registration at (907) 729-1395.