Providence St Joseph Medical Center has been recognized for overall excellence in Quality and Outcomes, reflecting top quartile performance among all acute care hospitals in the nation.
James McKay, MD, has accepted the position of Chief Physician Executive - Acute Care for Providence Health & Services, Western Montana.
The Providence Medical Group Endocrinology, Diabetes and Nutrition Center is sponsoring a special outreach day for diabetes education Saturday, November 7, at St. Patrick Hospital.
Providence Health & Services Western Montana is excited to launch a new monthly event series in Missoula to help members of the community navigate the increasingly complex world of health care.
Through this new statewide network of providers, patients in Western Montana will benefit from coordinated care models that offer an improved quality of care, reduced costs, fewer unnecessary hospital visits and a simpler and more connected care experience.
Three new 3-D mammography machines at Providence St. Patrick Hospital will give physicians improved diagnostic and screening accuracy, resulting in fewer patient recalls.
During National Nurses Week and throughout the year, we are thankful for our wonderful team, including Joyce Dombrouski, chief acute services officer of Providence Western Montana region. Learn what inspired Joyce to become a nurse and where she sees health care heading in the future.
Caregivers from Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Polson have combined resources to create 15 unique Easter baskets to be raffled to raise funds for the American Cancer Society and Lake County Relay for Life.
The hospital is offering opportunities for job shadowing, internship and eventually a nursing program for Polson High School students.
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.
Exams cost $30 (no insurance or credit cards accepted) and will be held June 12 & 28, July 17 and August 7 & 9. All proceeds are donated to the Polson Booster Club.
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.