Billings Clinic is Montana’s largest health care organization and serves a vast geographical region covering much of Montana, northern Wyoming and the western Dakotas. Billings Clinic, a not for profit organization, is governed by a 12-member board consisting of nine community members, two physicians, and a physician CEO. At its core, Billings Clinic is a physician led, integrated multi-specialty group practice with a 285-bed hospital and Level II trauma center. Billings Clinic’s vision is to be a national leader in providing the best clinical quality, patient safety, service and value.
Billings Clinic has nearly 4,000 employees, including more than 400 physicians and advanced practitioners offering more than 50 specialties. Billings Clinic manages 11 Critical Access Hospitals and clinics in the region and conducts nearly 100 specialty care clinics per month at 22 different regional locations for residents of rural Montana, Wyoming, and North Dakota. Physician leadership is embedded in the organization with a physician CEO and through its internal and community governing boards that have physician members. Billings Clinic is the first Montana MAGNET-designated health care organization and member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network. Billings Clinic launched Montana’s first Internal Medicine Residency program in 2014 as it increases a commitment in its mission to advancing education.
Billings Clinic made available provider documentation to patients in May 2014. In addition to hospital and clinic notes, patients can view allergies, medications, immunizations, upcoming appointments, laboratory, radiology, and pathology results.
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