1.First Care Medical Centers, LLCServing the Port Alsworth, AK area
Medical ClinicsClinicsPhysicians & Surgeons, Occupational MedicineUrgent Care
My whole family has been going here for a long time. We live right up the street. My son was very sick with influenza and had IV's and medications shot into the IV's and our bill was just over 400.00.
2.Independence Park MedicalServing the Port Alsworth, AK area
Medical ClinicsPhysicians & Surgeons, Sports MedicinePhysicians & SurgeonsClinics
Conveniently located in South Anchorage, Independence Park Medical Services Inc. is a multi-specialty clinic offering preventative medicine, comprehensive medical diagnosis and treatment for the entir
3.Canyon Clinic At Denali
Denali National Park,AK
4.Women's Care Of AlaskaServing the Port Alsworth, AK area
Medical ClinicsClinicsNursesMedical Centers
This office is a joy to visit, even under the most undesirable circumstances. The entire staff is compassionate and caring. Very punctual and professional. Dr. Cruz and Dr. Counts listen to you and
5.Alaska Alternative Medicine Clinic LLCServing the Port Alsworth, AK area
Medical ClinicsClinicsMedical CentersHealth & Welfare Clinics
Physicians & Surgeons-M.D., Clinics & Medical Centers, Massage Therapists, Offices & Clinics Of Health Practitioners, Acupressure & Acupuncture Specialists, Acupuncture, Nurses-Practitioners, Alternat
6.Ninilchik Traditional CouncilServing the Port Alsworth, AK area
Medical ClinicsEnvironmental & Ecological ConsultantsClinicsHealth Resorts
Ninilchik, Alaska is the ancestral home of the Ninilchik Tribe and the location of the Ninilchik Traditional Council. The Ninilchik Traditional Council is the tribal governing body for the federally r
7.Hillside Family Medicine LLC & Occupational MedicineServing the Port Alsworth, AK area
Medical ClinicsClinicsPhysicians & Surgeons, Occupational MedicinePhysicians & Surgeons, Travel Medicine
We have always been very pleased with Hillside Family Medicine and have been patients for many years.
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