Masks required at all Providence Alaska facilities

To ensure the protection of patients, visitors, and caregivers, everyone entering one of our Providence Alaska facilities must wear a face mask. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided to you as part of the screening process before entering.

This applies to our ministries in Anchorage, Kodiak Island, Valdez, Seward, Eagle River and the Mat-Su Valley. 

Additionally, we encourage people experiencing serious health conditions to not let fear of COVID-19 prevent them from seeking life-saving care. Providence hospitals and clinics have safety measures in place and are following local, state and federal protocols to keep patients, visitors and caregivers safe.   

Visitor restrictions continue to be in place; for more information, visit

COVID-19 News & Updates

Get the latest COVID-19 news, important information and updates from health care providers and experts.

Initial results, safety data from clinical trial shared during international medical conference
A recent Hear Me Now podcast examines research about long COVID and what the evidence shows.
Providence was recognized by Rep. Cathy McMorris Rogers (R-WA) for our commitment to scaling telehealth services throughout the pandemic and providing services to millions of patients.
Sherene Schlegel, Executive Director of Telehealth Clinical Operations spoke at a mHealth Intelligence panel on digital health literacy, in particular, among underserved populations.