We serve residents and visitors in Seward and Moose Pass, Alaska. We offer high quality medical care for a variety of illnesses and conditions. We specialize in caring for the entire family – from the very young to the very old.
Our mission is to identify and serve the healthcare needs of our community by providing quality, affordable services and promoting wellness, prevention, and partnerships.
Seward Community Health Center (SCHC) is a federally-qualified health center. We do not discriminate based on ability to pay. We welcome anyone in need of quality, affordable healthcare by providing integrated, patient-centered primary care to all who enter our doors.
We are a medical clinic – and so much more! In addition to our medical services, we also provide insurance enrollment assistance, Community networking and local events, Prescription assistance, Transportation assistance, and Language translation.
Please note: SCHC is not an emergency medical facility. For emergencies, please call 911 or visit the Emergency Room at Providence Seward Medical and Care Center.
About Us //
Our Staff //
It takes more than doctors to make an effective clinical care team. Doctors are but one part of a provider team that includes nurse practitioners, physician assistants, registered nurses, and administrative staff. Our dedicated and knowledgeable staff is here for you!
Our Values //
You - the patient - are at the heart of everything we do at Seward Community Health Center. These are the principles that guide our daily mission to serve the people in our care.
About CHCs //
Community Health Centers (CHCs) remove common barriers to care by serving communities that otherwise confront financial, geographic, language/cultural and other barriers, making them different from most private, office-based practices.
Are open to all residents, regardless of insurance status, and provide reduced cost care based on ability to pay.
Are tailored to fit the special needs and priorities of local communities, and to provide services based on the advice of local residents, businesses, churches, and other organizations.
Offer services that help patients access health care, such as transportation, case management, health education, and chronic disease management.