The Ronald McDonald House at the Alaska Native Medical Center is located in Anchorage, as a floor within the new six-story ANMC patient housing building. It provides a home-away-from-home for ANMC eligible patients, including expectant mothers with high-risk pregnancies as well as pediatric patients and their families. Amenities include:
- 34 rooms, each with their own bathroom, full-size bed, and sleeper chair
- Common areas, including a dedicated kitchen and library
- Access to a workout area and cafeteria
- Volunteer-run activities including programs such as making baby moccasins, crochet, beading, craft circles, healthy cooking classes, and exercise classes. If you’re interested in being a volunteer and bringing one of these activities to families here, please let us know! Call 907.729.4666 for details on how to volunteer or visit our volunteer page.
You can also download our one-sheet of Fast Facts about the new House here.
RMHC & ANMC Partnership
RMHC & ANMC have been partners since 2008, when the RMHC began a van program to help serve families from out of town navigate Anchorage during their child’s medical treatment. In 2015, over 500 Alaskans used the service. We’re excited to be working together with this first Ronald McDonald House in Alaska, which offers a comfortable place with a strong community of hope and healing.