Internal Medicine Great Falls Clinic
For every member of our team, patient care is the number one priority. We will always do our best to provide quality care and maintain clinical excellence in a supportive, respectful way.
Board certified internists practice at the Great Falls Clinic. Internists share a similar philosophy of achieving excellence in the provision of comprehensive medical care for the patient population.
A remarkably efficient and productive ancillary staff, availability of the latest diagnostic and therapeutic medical technology, and access to medical specialists and sub specialists each contribute to our ability to provide comprehensive, high-quality medical care.
Quality of care is also enhanced by the availability of other special services at the Great Falls Clinic, such as the I.V. medical infusions and treatment, and a full-time diabetic educator.
What is an Internist?
General internal medicine is the medical specialty which focuses on the provision of comprehensive medical care for the adult patient. Physicians who practice general internal medicine are referred to as internists.
Internists generally undergo three years of additional training after graduation from medical school. During training, internists acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to diagnose and manage both acute and chronic illnesses affecting adults. Internists also receive training in the areas of disease prevention and health maintenance. Physicians seeking board certification in internal medicine must pass a two-day examination administered by the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM). The ABIM now requires internists to re-certify every ten years to maintain their board certification status.
- American Cancer Society Resource Room
- Clinical Trials
- Diagnostic Imaging
- Laboratory Services
- Medical Oncology
- Pediatric Oncology
- Radiation Oncology
- Surgical Oncology
- Internal Medicine (primary care for individuals 18 and older)
- Infectious Disease
- Respiratory Therapy
- I.V. Med Infusions and Treatment
- Diabetic Educator
- Physical Therapy
- Balance Plate Testing
Department HoursMonday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Contact This DepartmentGreat Falls Clinic
1400 29th Street South
Great Falls, MT 59405