Contact: Yvonne Mondragon
1405 S Broadway
About Billings Clinic
Billings Clinic is an integrated health system dedicated to improving the health of people in our region through compassionate, patient-focused care, education and research. Our care extends across a four-state area serving people in central and eastern Montana, northern Wyoming and the western Dakotas. We believe that combining a group physicians? practice, a regional acute hospital and a subacute and long-term care facility has lead to outstanding results in our region.
The Billings Clinic is the oldest and largest multi-specialty group practice in the region. The Billings Clinic has more than 280 physicians, physician assistants and other mid-level providers. Our 26 specialties range from allergy to urology. The Clinic is located in a wonderful family community with outdoor activities galore.
In 1993, the Billings Clinic and Deaconess Medical Center merged to become an integrated health care organization named Deaconess Billings Clinic. In 2001, The Family Birth Center was opened, offering a 12-suite LDRP unit, a new concept in birthing for the area.
In 2004, Digital radiology was implemented systemwide; and one electronic medical record was implemented at all Billings Clinic locations.
In 2005, Deaconess Billings Clinic changed its name to Billings Clinic. In 2007, The Emergency & Trauma Center opened, offering expanded state-of-the-art emergency and Intensive Care services. February 2009, construction was completed on our free-standing outpatient Surgery Center, the same month that our new Inpatient Cancer Care Unit was completed. In August 2009, the Cancer Center opened and brought all our cancer care services under one roof.
Today, Billings Clinic, provides inpatient and outpatient care serving people in a four-state region.
Notable Accomplishments / Recognition
ANCC Magnet Recognition
National Cancer Institute Community Cancer Centers Program (NCCCP)
Commission on Cancer
Chest Pain Center Accreditation