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Linda K. Worman, D.M., RN
Chief Nurse for the Section of Public Health Nursing

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Public Health Nursing

 
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Welcome to the Section of Public Health Nursing for the State of Alaska!

We implement population-based, evidence-supported strategies in a sustainable and culturally appropriate manner to address the identified health priorities of our communities, Section, and Division, while prioritizing at-risk populations. We endeavor to sustain public health nursing partnerships with community members, health care providers, and state-wide associations and businesses to collectively work towards improving the health of Alaskans.
 

SOPHN News and Announcements

(view past announcements)

In the Spotlight - August 2015

Fairbanks Public Health Nurses respond quickly and efficiently to the measles outbreak in July. (Read story)

 

Performance Measures: It is important for Public Health Nursing to regularly update and post our performance measures. Click on the image to view the PDF, and use the live links to learn more about our progress and activities.
(view past Performance Measures)
  
Return on Investment: We are conscious stewards of the State's resources, and always considering the value of our services on individual, community, and system levels. Detailed information about how we track the returns on our investments is coming soon!
 

Public Health Nursing is contributing every day to the improvement of the health of Alaskans and their families. We are excited to be working with communities to create community solutions that will solve public health concerns and improve the health of Alaskans in the years to come. There are many challenges in public health in Alaska--and you can count on public health nurses to be ready for them. Thank you for visiting our website. Please contact us if you have questions or if we can assist you.

Thanks,

Linda

Linda K. Worman, D.M., RN
Chief Nurse
Tel. 907.334.2283

 

 

Page updated August 7, 2015