Alaska Health Fair's spring activities
February 1, 2022 | View PDF
Alaska Health Fair’s Spring 2022 schedule is now online, with most events already posted on our website at http://www.alaskahealthfair.org.
Check back frequently, as the new season is fluid. We continue to add new dates as they come available and rarely postpone one. The blood draw dates are at our office settings, plus a few February community events, as our busy schedule ramps up for spring.
Our February schedule, which includes mask wearing requirements while attending, currently includes:
Anchorage, Feb. 5 First Christian Church, 3031 Latouche St., 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Meadow Lakes, Feb. 12 Meadow Lakes Community Fair, Meadow Lakes Elementary, 1741 Pittman Rd., 8 a.m. to noon
Anchorage, Feb. 22 Alaska Health Fair office draw, 720 W. 58th Ave Suite J, 7:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Fairbanks Alaska Health Fair office draws at 725 26th Ave., Suite 201, Tuesdays, Feb. 1, 8, 15 and 22 and Saturday, Feb. 26, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
To make a blood test appointment, go to our website and follow these easy steps:
Find the program that serves your region; pick a date you’re interested in, select the “Make Appointment” button on that line.
The system will walk you through a simple process of scheduling your own appointment and you’ll receive confirmation and reminders.
If you have difficulties registering, give your local office a call for assistance:
Anchorage, 907-278-0234; Fairbanks, 907-374-6853; and Juneau, 907-723-5100.
Arrange your own health fair
If you are interested in hosting a “by appointment only” event for your community or organization, reach out to one of our local offices. We would love to bring these efficient and much needed services to the people that are important in your world.
Our volunteer teams hold health fairs in community and senior centers, plus churches, schools and worksites of all sizes.
We know that taking care of your health needs can be even more challenging during the pandemic. The answers that our affordable, comprehensive and confidential blood tests can provide are essential to assessing your well-being.
Attention current and prospective volunteers
Alaska Health Fair serves thousands of Alaskans each year, and this is possible only thanks to the hundreds of medical and non-medical volunteers. We have all kinds of duties available, from easy to advanced, in the office and at our community and worksite events.
Please see our volunteer application on our website. Click on the Volunteer tab at the top of the page and call us with any questions.
Sharon Phillips is the Tanana Valley/Northern Region program director for Alaska Health Fair, Inc.