Juneau is home to Bartlett Regional Hospital, the regional hub for healthcare.
Juneau is home to almost 200 physicians, who practice a wide variety of specialties.
Bartlett Regional Hospital received a 2016 Chasing Zero Award from Mountain-Pacific Quality Health.
The Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium contracts with the federal Indian Health Service to provide medical services to the region’s Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian population.
Ambulance and EMS services are provided by Capital City Fire and Rescue.
Juneau has volunteer search and rescue organizations such as Juneau Mountain Rescue and SEADOGS.
The Juneau-based U.S. Coast Guard 17th District is responsible for performing search and rescue in the waters around Alaska.
Juneau has a sophisticated medical community for a town of its size, based largely on a well-insured public sector. The town’s almost 200 physicians practice a wide variety of specialties. City-owned Bartlett Regional Hospital has 57 inpatient beds serving a regional population of about 55,000 people. The Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium contracts with the federal Indian Health Service to provide medical services to the region’s Tlingit, Haida and Tsimpsian population.
Offices and services
- Juneau Medical Clinic
- Juneau Public Health Center
- Juneau Urgent & Family Care
- Local Practitioners from Rainbow Foods page
- Planned Parenthood
- Rainforest Recovery Center
- SE Alaska Regional Health Consortium
- Southeast Medical Clinic
- VA Outreach Clinic
- Valley Chiropractic Clinic
- Valley Medical Center