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St. Peter’s Health |
• 99-bed acute care hospital, physician clinics, cancer treatment center, 24-bed behavioral health unit, urgent
care clinics, home health and hospice care, dialysis center, and ambulance services.
• Physician clinics include family medicine, orthopaedics, cardiology, general surgery (including colorectal and plastic/reconstructive specialists), rheumatology and more.
• St. Peter’s Health employs approximately 1,400 sta  members. Medical sta  consists of approximately 90 providers representing approximately 20 di erent specialties.
• One of the nation’s Top 20 Rural Community Hospitals (2017, 2018, 2019).
• The only hospital in Montana to earn straight A’s for safety since 2016 through The Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade, one of the health care industry’s most important report cards.
Shodair Children’s Hospital |
• Shodair Children’s Hospital is a non-pro t pediatric psychiatric and genetics facility serving the entire state of
• Shodair is a 74 + bed facility and the only one in Montana for children o ering both acute and residential care under one roof. Shodair’s programming also includes two 6-bed group homes for children ages 6-11 and psychiatric outpatient services that includes a multidisciplinary team.
• Shodair Children’s Hospital employs 340 people, including full-time, part-time and  ex sta . The main campus is located in Helena services the entire state with 99 percent of patients being from Montana and three- quarters on Medicaid.
• Shodair’s Genetics Department provides genetic evaluation and counseling to persons of all ages throughout Montana, as well as clinics in the major cities and telemedicine.
• Shodair employees are a multidisciplinary team including board certi ed Child & Adolescent Psychiatrists, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners, Psychologists, Primary Therapists, Music Therapist, Dietitians, Certi ed Recreation Therapists, Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Spiritual Counselor, a facility dog and an accredited year-round school sta ed with certi ed special education teachers.
Intermountain |
• Intermountain heals through healthy relationships by helping individuals, children, and families create
sustainably nurturing and healthy environments in which they can grow and thrive
• Accredited by the Council on Accreditation
• Licensed by Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS)
• Ages Served: 3 – 26 years old (select services now available to adults)
• Services include:
Intensive Residential Services for Ages 4-13; Outpatient Therapy for All Ages; Co-occurring Substance Use and Emotional Distress Therapy; Youth Case Management; Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry; Psychological Assessment Clinic; Therapeutic Education Through Montana School-Based Services Including CSCT, Day Treatment, and On-site Outpatient Therapists; East Helena Intensive Day Treatment; Occupational Therapy; Partnership with Pureview and East Helena School District to Provide School-based Integrated Health Care at the Clinic on Prickly Pear School Grounds and at Pureview Clinic Helena; Partnership with St. Peter’s Hospital on St. Peter’s Pediatric Unit
VA Hospital |
• The facility is a 50 bed general medical and surgical facility.
• Broad range of acute, chronic and specialized inpatient and outpatient services.
• Patient care services are provided for both male and female veterans including cardiac, oncology, psychiatry, physical therapy, dermatology, chiropractic, and more.
• Fort Harrison is located on 138 acres in a picturesque setting on the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains.
• The facility campus adjoins the city limits of Helena, the Capital of Montana.

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