January 2007
Alaska Business Monthly;2007 Power List, Vol. 5, p107
A list of the outpatient clinics in Alaska is presented. The list includes Alaska Health Care Clinic which offers general practice, immunizations and minor emergencies. The clinic is followed by Alaska Lasik Center and Alaska Open Imaging Center. Data is given to its top executive, its establishment date and its business description as well as its contact information.


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