Out here, we strive for greatness. This greatness can especially be seen in our outstanding health care systems. Now more than ever, access to high-quality medical and surgical care is paramount to your health and safety. Luckily, high-quality and affordable care for all people is a priority in Great Falls.
Great Falls is home to one of the best healthcare systems in our region. People come from across Montana and the West to access the ever-increasing medical excellence at Benefis, the Great Falls Clinic, Alluvion Health, and others. Great Falls’ walk-in clinics provide accessible care for when the unexpected occurs.
Benefis Health System serves a vast region of Montana, with their service area extending across 38,000 square miles and their community-based outreach services present in 94% of Montana’s counties. The health system includes the Benefis Sletten Cancer Institute, Heart and Vascular Institute, Orthopedic Center of Montana, women’s & children’s services, emergency medicine, and much more. In each specialty area, of which there are over 40, patients get personalized care that considers not just their physical health, but their emotional well-being as well.
In May 2020, Benefis Health System broke ground on a state-of-the-art Women’s and Children’s Center , which will change the way women and children in our community access healthcare. The Center will provide an exceptional, calming environment for the families of our community to gather, receive first-class healthcare, and experience pivotal moments all under one roof.
Alluvion Health is a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center focusing on providing high quality, cost-effective, comprehensive primary and preventive medical, dental and behavioral health care.
Alluvion Health is committed to providing whole-person, whole-life care. Their goal is to not only treat symptoms, but to improve overall health and well-being. In line with this belief, Alluvion continuously expands their services to meet community needs.
Alluvion Health has joined the nationwide movement to bring School-Based Health Centers to Great Falls Public Schools and Belt Public Schools to better serve our communities health needs.
The Great Falls Clinic is the fourth oldest medical clinic west of the Mississippi. The Clinic strives to assess and meet the needs of the 250,000 residents living in the seventeen northcentral Montana counties that they serve.
Through physician leadership, the Great Falls Clinic is dedicated to improving the health of the people they serve. Their healthcare team is committed to providing high quality care, comprehensive coordinated services, convenient timely access, and exceptional service with compassion.