St. Patrick Hospital is home to some of the northern Rocky Mountain region's most advanced health care. Since our beginning in 1873, St. Patrick Hospital has seen profound changes in medicine, technology and administration. But what has remained constant through the years, as a community hospital, is our ability to provide highly advanced and deeply compassionate care to all of our patients.
It’s easy to see why St. Patrick Hospital is a one-of-a-kind hospital. We’re committed to you. Whether you are visiting a loved one after surgery or are facing a serious illness yourself, we will care for you at each step. But at St. Pat’s, you will get more than excellent medicine. Guided by the philosophy of the Sisters of Providence, we live their Mission of compassion and respect, caring for the poor and vulnerable. Every day, we reach out to help those who need us the most by caring for them and easing their way.
Local donations and a grant from the M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust are bringing 3D mammography to Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Polson.
The awards recognize the hospital’s commitment to ensure patients receive the most appropriate treatment for heart attack and stroke, based on the latest scientific evidence.
More than 700 third and fourth graders from schools around Missoula County will participate in a fun-filled half-day of health-related educational stations.
Providence St. Joseph Medical Center has been awarded a three-year term of accreditation in computed tomography as the result of a recent review by the American College of Radiology.
St. Pat's is one of 823 hospitals to receive an “A” for its commitment to reducing errors, infections and accidents that can harm patients.