Alaska Regional Hospital, located in Anchorage, is dedicated to serving the complete health care needs of the people in Alaska. Founded in 1963, the hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). Originally called the Anchorage Presbyterian Hospital, Alaska Regional offers a variety of inpatient and outpatient services. It is the first hospital in the state to perform robot-assisted heart surgery. The hospital’s Cancer Center offers the best-quality cancer care. Loree Schimmack Cancer Resource Library provides comprehensive information for their patients. A Cancer Resource Center assistant is also available to assist the patients. The Women's & Children's Department delivers a complete continuum of Gynecology, Maternity, and Pediatric services. The Cradle Club serves as the central resource for expectant parents. Regular childbirth education, maternity tours and lactation services are offered. As the only non-military hospital in the city, Alaska Regional offers a critical care aero-medical service program called the LifeFlight. Health Management Center features self-management and rehabilitation programs. The Orthopedic and Spine Center conducts free educational seminars. In addition to these, the hospital offers excellent stoke and trauma prevention programs. Alaska Regional offers a number of community events and support groups to benefit the public. Free immunization clinic is organized every month. The career center at the hospital is committed to recruit the best and brightest individuals.