Alaska Native Medical Center

Diabetes Program

Services Offered

The ANTHC Diabetes Program clinical team is a multidisciplinary group of diabetes experts specializing in managing the diabetes needs of the Alaska Native people. The diabetes clinical team consists of a physician, nurse practitioner, a dietitian and a pharmacist, who are also certified diabetes educators, and a nurse case manager.

We provide services and patient guidance for:

Frequently Asked Questions

How long will it take me to be seen?
You will be called within one business day and scheduled within 2-3 weeks.

Who will I see during my appointment?
Expect to see a medical provider, either the diabetes doctor or diabetes nurse practitioner and a diabetes educator.

Where is the Diabetes Clinic located?
We are on the third floor of the Healthy Communities Building. Check in at the front desk of Internal Medicine for your diabetes appointment.

What should I bring with me to a diabetes clinic appointment?
You should bring all medications in their original containers, your blood glucose monitor and log book.

Patient Resources

The aim of the ANTHC Diabetes Program is a life free of diabetes and its complications for all Alaska Native people. Every day, the diabetes content experts from the ANTHC Diabetes Program work in partnership with the Alaska Tribal Health System to continuously move toward this goal.

Rural Field Clinics

In addition to providing patient care at ANMC, the ANTHC Diabetes Program’s clinical team provides patient care at Tribal health regional hospitals during weeklong annual Diabetes Specialty Clinic at sites. Contact your local clinic for more information.


For more information:

Clinic Hours and Contact Information

Hours: 8 a.m.- 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday
Phone: (907) 729-1125
Location: Healthy Communities Building
3900 Ambassador Drive, third floor