Address: 3380 C Street, Suite 205 Anchorage, AK 99503 Project Director Name: Anne Bailey, Aleutians East Borough Administrator Contact Phone Number: (907) 274-7580 Email Address: email@example.com Website Address: www.aleutianseast.org Grant Funds Requested: $2,000,000.00 Proposed Project Description and Need for the Project: The Aleutians East Borough is requesting $2,000,000 from HRSA for the renovation of the existing Cold Bay Health Clinic located in Cold Bay, Alaska. The City of Cold Bay serves as the regional center for air transportation on the Alaska Peninsula and is an international hub for private aircraft. It has the third longest public runway in Alaska and frequently serves as the medical evacuation center in emergency situations transferring patients from neighboring villages and the Bering Sea commercial fishing fleet to Anchorage located 634 nautical miles away. This project entails a major renovation of the existing health clinic. The renovations may include but are not limited to the following: • Boiler Replacement • Generator Replacement • Indoor Air Quality Upgrades • Installation of DIRRT walls, which may reconfigure the interior arrangement of a portion of the facility • Installation of a decontamination shower • The purchase and installation of a fixed dental chair • The purchase and installation of a morgue, which will be fixed into place • The purchase and installation of an eye wash station, which will be fixed into place • The purchase of 1 adult exam table • The purchase of 1 pediatric exam table • Interior Paint Most of these renovations will address critical items needing immediate correction or immediate needs within the facility. Population Served: The upgraded clinic will improve the ability to better serve the following population groups – the residents of Cold Bay; patients from other Borough communities who await Medevac transport from the Cold Bay Airport to
a hospital in Anchorage, Alaska; injured commercial fishermen operating in the Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands and the Borough’s significant Native American Aleut population.