Our highly skilled staff includes registered nurses and radiologic technologists. Radiologists are also available to respond to patient and other physician needs. Each service available in the diagnostic imaging department is provided by Advanced Certified Technologists who are certified in pediatric echo, adult echo, CT, mammography, MRI, OB-GYN, abdominal and small parts and vascular imaging. A registered nurse specializing in breast health is available as a resource for women at all stages of breast cancer.
Images at St. Joe’s are managed with the Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS), which is a computerized way to replace hard-copy images. Using PACS eliminates the need to manually file, retrieve or transport images and allows healthcare providers at different locations to access the same information.
Our systems were selected for superior speed and capability. They provide more detail and information than ever before. Learn more about our diagnostic imaging services.
The classes are designed to help participants lose weight and gain confidence, establish healthy eating habits and identify healthy physical activities for each participant to enjoy.
Local donations and a grant from the M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust are bringing 3D mammography to Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Polson.
Providence St. Joseph Medical Center and Glacier Bank are collecting food for local food banks this holiday season.
Bruce Speicher, DO has joined the Providence St. Joseph Center staff, providing emergency care to the community.
November 12-16, Grizzly and Bobcat fans are encouraged to bring food items for their school's collection box for distribution to local food banks.