By Sharon Phillips
Alaska Health Fair, Inc. 

Alaska Health Fair kicks off its spring season


February 1, 2023 | View PDF

Alaska Health Fair’s Spring 2023 schedule is now online, with most events already posted on our website at

Please check back frequently, as the new season is fluid. We continue to add new dates as they come available and rarely postpone one.

We have provided services to Alaskans for 43 years and continued helping residents see to their needs over the past few difficult years.

We offer a selection of draw dates from our offices to a handful of February community events as our busy schedule ramps up for a busy spring.

 We recommend you make an appointment, as we are now accepting walk-ins.  

Clients that pre-schedule will be served first and walk-ins may have to wait to be seen.  

We recommend attendees wear masks and consider the health of others when attending an event.

Our February schedule currently includes:

Feb. 14 Dillingham High School (gym), 565 Wolverine Lane, 7 a.m. to noon

Feb. 14 Fairbanks Alaska Health Fair Offices, second floor of the Food Bank building, 725 26th Ave., Suite 201, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Feb. 18 Anchorage Alaska Health Fair offices, 720 W. 58th Ave., Unit J, 8 a.m. to noon.

Feb. 28 Fairbanks Alaska Health Fair Offices, second floor of the Food Bank building, 725 26th Ave., Suite 201, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

To schedule a blood test appointment, follow these simple 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 a confirmation and reminders.

If you have difficulties registering for your preferred date and time, call for assistance: 

Anchorage, 907-278-0234; Fairbanks, 907-374-6853; Juneau, 907-723-5100.


Host your own health fair

If you are interested in hosting an event for your community or organization, reach out to one of our offices. We would love to bring these efficient and much needed services to people important to your world and other interested individuals.

Our volunteer teams hold health fairs in community, civic and senior centers, churches, museums, schools and worksites of all sizes.

Attention, current and prospective volunteers

Alaska Health Fair serves thousands of Alaskans each year, and this is possible due to the hundreds of medical and non-medical volunteers – fellow Alaskans like you. We have all kinds of duties available, from easy to advanced, medical to non-medical, in the office or off-site at our community and worksite events.

We appreciate any and all support that can help us provide top quality services to your community or worksite location. 

Click on the Volunteer tab at the top of our website home page and call us with any questions.

Sharon Phillips is the Alaska Health Fair, Inc. Tanana Valley/Northern Region program director.


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