Employee Spotlight for April


Atalaya Jimenez, Dental Office Manager

Atalaya is a Dental Office Manager who joined our team in September of 2016. Originally from Orange County, California. She moved to Bethel in 1997. She has 20 Years of management and leadership experience in business and healthcare. Strong back ground working with general accounting, Insurance Billing, Federal & State Law billing guidelines. Atalaya has worked in several different healthcare settings including hospital, private practice, and Community Clinics. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, the outdoors, sewing and traveling.  Atalaya is a pleasure to work with and we are very pleased to have her in the Bethel Family Clinic family.

Letter from the Executive Director

Letter from the Executive Director

Bethel Job Fair

Ashley Dade and Mary Laraux represented BFC at the Bethel Job Fair on March 28th. As you can see from the photo, they had plenty of goodies to give away. There are job opportunities at BFC and we are working to the improvement of our benefit package for employees.  Take a look to see what opportunities are available at the Clinic. Way to go ladies!






Employee Spotlight –  Dennis Raines

Dennis Raines has been working with BFC for almost 2 years. He is our Chemical Dependency Counselor II. Dennis has spent a large amount of time growing up and working in the Delta Region.  Dennis is dedicated to the mission of helping those in need. Dennis is the first person with a smile on his face every day and he has an energy and dedication for what he does. Dennis promotes and believes in self-care and that is evident by his last full year of commitment to his health. Dennis recently reached a 100 pound weight loss mark and we are elated for him. Dennis is married to Francina Raines. Thank you for all you do Dennis.

July 2018                                             March 2019







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Letter from the Executive Director

Our Locations

The Administration and Behavioral Health offices are located in the red building at 631 4th and Main Sts. You can call 907-543-3773 to schedule an appointment.

The Dental office is located at 660 3rd St. in the same building as Stan’s Barber Shop. To make an appointment , call 907-545-3996.

The Health Clinic has been relocated to our new facility across the street from the red building. Located at 430 Main St. You can call 907-543-3773 to make an appointment.

2019 –Spring-time Activity Here at the Clinic

At long last we will be getting reflective signs for the red and health clinic buildings.   We are continuing to renovate the original health center space in 2019. The building is currently housing the Behavioral Health and Administrative offices. We will be adjusting the floor plan to allow for more Behavioral Health office space, a VTC patient/therapist communication room/and a meeting area for groups.  Administration will remain on the first floor of the building as well.

Bethel Family Clinic will be participating in the Bethel Job Fair and Health Fair this year. The Job Fair is slated for March 28th from 10am to 4pm at the Cultural Center. Our HR Generalist, Mary Laraux will be at the Job Fair. Stop by and say hello. The Health Fair will be later this year. More news as it becomes available.

Vaccines Available

We regularly carry immunizations for the flu, MMR, pneumonia and shingles vaccines for our patients’ year around. We have these vaccines … Continue reading

March Focusing on Eye Health and Vision – What We Need to Know

March is a two-fold awareness month focusing on eye health (no pun intended). The American Optometric Association flags March for eye health and related issues like diabetes, contact lens safety and smoking. The national focus on eye health started in 1963. Since then, March has been dedicated to the importance of eye health and proper vision care.

Recently there has been an expanded interest in eye health and working, officially flagged as Workplace Eye Wellness Month. There is a condition called computer vision syndrome. It does not affect your sight, but does make your eyes irritated and tired. As we all work more and more on computers, most of us have or will experience this. Luckily, we can modify our work and habits to keep our eyes more comfortable.
1. Reposition the computer screen to be at the appropriate angle away from direct light. If needed, get an anti-glare screen.
2. Remember the 20-20-20 rule. Every 20 minutes look at an object 20 feet away for 20 seconds.
3. Blink. Regularly blink or close your eyes to improve eye moisture throughout the day.
4. Use artificial tears. This helps in preventing dry eye and irritation.
5. Drink water. By drinking water, it helps maintain proper hydration.
6. Schedule regular eye exams.

Take time to contact your eye care provider for your routine eye exam.