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Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation has selected OASYS Healthcare as their integration partner for a their operating room installation project in Bethel, AK.
The operating suites will be outfitted with OASYS Healthcare’s V-Series products. The V-Series products provide reliability with responsive and knowledgeable technical support. This compact system easily integrates into any environment and is compatible with the widest range of medical devices. It’s simple, intuitive interface allows peace of mind to any OR team. OASYS V-Series is compatible with standard video signals and supports all resolutions including High Definition 1080p formats.
“From the start of our planning to the final inspection OASYS Healthcare was one of the most co-operative vendors we have ever worked with.” Kris Manke, Director of Construction, Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation
At OASYS Healthcare we continue to build our reputation upon the premise that Healthcare is about providing service to patients. Technology is a tool to aid in that task and OASYS Healthcare delivers integrated products that provide ease of use and reliability.
As a leading innovator of digital solutions for the medical industry OASYS Healthcare supplies all of its customers with leading edge design and technology. We offer a broad range of solutions designed to simplify the implementation of all Integrated systems. OASYS Healthcare’s proactive approach allows the OR team to focus less on equipment and more on their patients.
Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation is a fully accredited JCAHO (Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations) organization, administers a comprehensive health care delivery system for over 50 rural communities in Southwest Alaska.
The YKHC system consists of a primary facility in Bethel and five sub-regional clinics in Aniak, Emmonak, Hooper Bay, St. Mary's and Toksook Bay. This system offers inpatient services at the Bethel hospital, primary care, specialty services, pediatric care, emergency services, behavioral health counseling and treatment services, dental and optometry clinics, home care services, specialized programs for people living with diabetes, tobacco cessation, and many outreach/education programs to promote healthy living.
Additionally, the Community Health Aide Program (CHAP) provides village-based primary health care in 47 village clinics in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, including acute, chronic and emergency care, preventative services, and health promotion disease prevention activities to individuals, families, and their communities.