KANA believes that healthy individuals live in healthy communities. Our medical clinics provide health care in an outpatient clinic setting that ensures accessible and affordable care is available on Kodiak Island for our Native Beneficiaries and all community members.

Integrated Care Teams

Health services are delivered through Integrated Care Teams led by a Primary Care Provider (PCP) who works closely with a medical team, including nurses, referral navigators, medical assistants, scheduling and registration specialists, and behavioral health consultants. In order to provide integrated Medical and Behavioral Health Services, our care teams specifically include behavioral health staff. These care team members work in a consultative role within the primary care setting to coordinate behavioral health and primary care services for our patients. Care Team Navigators ensure patients receive seamless coordination of care, including referrals to external providers. RN Case Managers provide preventative healthcare services, chronic disease management, and health education to patients and/or family members. Our Integrated Care Teams have been trained to provide continuous and comprehensive care. Each Care Team is led by you, our patient, along with your individual PCP. Together, your Care Team works with you to tailor care to all of your health care needs.

KANA’s Medical Department provides the following services:

• Primary Health Care Visits

• Urgent and Emergent Care

• Inpatient Care

• Well Child Exams and Pediatric Care

• Obstetric care, inpatient and outpatient

• Womens’ Health

• Family Planning (contraception including IUDs, implants, and vasectomies)

• Mens’ health

• Chronic and Complex Disease Management

• Immunization Program

• ANMC Specialty Clinics

• Nurse Case Management

• Integrated Medical & Behavioral Health Services

• X-Ray

• Laboratory services

• Nutritional Services

• Skin Procedures

• Joint Injections

• Annual School & Sport Physicals

• Medication Assisted Treatment for Opioid and Alcohol Use Disorders



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KANA receives federal funding through the Health Resources and Services Administration as a Health Center Program Grantee, under 42 U.S.C. 254b.

KANA is extended Federal Tort Claims Act coverage as a Tribal contractor carrying out contracts, grants, or cooperative agreements pursuant to Public Law 93-638, the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act [25 U.S.C. 450f (d) and 25 U.S.C. 458aaa-15] with respect to certain health or health-related claims, including medical malpractice claims, for itself and its covered individuals.