Valley Native Primary Care Center

The Valley Native Primary Care Center in Wasilla, Alaska is an 85,000 square foot, two-story primary care center.  The project was funded through a USDA loan.  The facility will provide the Mat-Su valley with native health program services negating the need to commute into Anchorage.  The programs within the facility include primary care, behavioral health, dental, diagnostic imaging, eye care and audiology, lab, pharmacy and wellness and physical therapy.  NCI was the contractor and is also handling the buyout of the major medical equipment and furnishings.  Construction began in March 2011 and early completion was in July 2012.