There is no doubt that Alaska is a state extremely concerned with the health of their citizenry. At least one fifth of the state’s top employers are hospitals and health organizations, including Alaska’s largest, Providence Health & Services, employing over 4,000 residents. Additionally, this Last Frontier of America is home to over a dozen universities and colleges, which offer the highest medical training. It is therefore no surprise that urologists in Alaska are so abundant.

Anchorage is by far the largest city in the state and has been voted the U.S.’s most tax-friendly city, in addition to winning the National Civic League’s All-American City award four times. The City of Lights and Flowers contains the best medical facilities in the region; Providence Alaska Medical Center is, in fact, Alaska’s largest hospital and has contributed a great deal to the welfare and economy of Anchorage and the surrounding areas.

Providence also has another older facility in Fairbanks, which is situated in the heart of Alaska with its second-largest population. The University of Alaska Fairbanks, oldest among the state’s colleges, has one of the finest science and medicine programs around, and its list of alumni and faculty is brimming with some of science’s best names, among them biologist F. Stuart Chapin III, psychologist Judith Kleinfeld, and geophysicist Sydney Chapman. Whether you’re in a big city like Juneau, a smaller town like Kodiak, or the beautiful Alaska Panhandle, medical attention is often necessary. Find what you need, wherever you are, at
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