Southcentral Foundation is the Alaska Native health organization designated by Cook Inlet Region, Inc., and thefour Federally-Recognized Tribes of McGrath, Nikolai, Telida and Tokotna, to provide healthcare services tobeneficiaries of the Indian Health Service pursuant to a Compact with the United States.Southcentral Foundation was established in 1982 and provides a wide range of health services to more than 57,977Alaska Natives and American Indians living in the Municipality of Anchorage, Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and 60rural villages in the Anchorage Service Unit (ASU). The ASU stretches more than 107,400 square miles, fromAleutian Chain and Pribilof Islands on the west coast all the way east to the Canadian border. SCF providescomprehensive health related services to approximately 65,000 Alaska Natives/American Indians living inAnchorage, the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, and the surrounding villages and residents of 60 rural villages. Themajority of these communities are small, remote villages separated by vast mountain ranges, stretches of tundra,glaciers, impassable river systems, and open oceans.Between 1995 and 2011, the five NBCCEDPs have collectively screened more than 83,000 women, and detected 491breast cancers, 46 invasive cervical cancers, and 4,000 pre-cancerous cervical conditions. Since 1991, SCF hasscreened 27,059 unique women, detected 268 breast cancers, 16 invasive cervical cancers, and 1073 pre-cancerouscervical conditions.Southcentral Foundation has developed its partnerships, put systems in place to determine eligibility, and hasadopted Electronic Health Record and Cast data management systems that are used to collect, edit and manage dataneeded to track, screen, re-screen, and identify diagnostic and treatment services to efficiently continue theNBCCED Program grant cycle.