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Jobs at Kodiak Island

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Providence Kodiak Island Jobs

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Living and Working in Kodiak Island

The largest island in Alaska, Kodiak offers many ways to explore the picturesque natural environment. Health care jobs in Kodiak offer a variety of career options in the critical access hospital and care facilities. Opportunities range from nursing jobs to laboratory, physical therapy and more.

Providence helps to ensure that those who are drawn to Alaska have full access to excellent medical care.

Video Testimonials

"I feel the organization lives the mission, it’s not just a statement on the wall." – Rhonda, Laboratory Manager

"What I enjoy most about my job is the people. They are welcoming and friendly – as soon as you walk in you feel it." – Lee, RN

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Providence Alaska Medical Center has received the American College of Cardiology’s NCDR ACTION Registry–GWTG Platinum Performance Achievement Award for 2016.

Providence Health & Services in Alaska received the Work/Family award for the large non-profit category. This marks the second consecutive win for Providence and the fourth in in five years.

Providence Alaska Medical Center is the largest and most advanced medical center in the state according to Critical Care Nurse.

Providence Health & Services in Alaska received the Work/Family award for the large non-profit category. This marks the second consecutive win for Providence and the fourth in in five years.

Providence Alaska Medical Center is the largest and most advanced medical center in the state according to Critical Care Nurse.

In 2015, Providence contributed more than $951 million to community benefit programs, which included $180.3 million in free and discounted medical care.

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