Great Falls Clinic HospitalPatient Centered, Physician Led

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The Great Falls Clinic Hospital has several offsite locations that are considered outpatient departments.

3000 15th Ave South
Echocardiography, Infusion, Laboratory, Physical Therapy, Radiation Oncology, Radiology

1400 29th Street South
Laboratory, Speech Therapy

1509 29th Street South
Surgery Center

1600 Division Road
Laboratory, Radiology

On behalf of our entire team, we would like to welcome you to the Great Falls Clinic Hospital. The Great Falls Clinic Hospital is committed in our efforts to provide an outstanding patient experience, by providing excellence in patient-centered healthcare through teamwork and physician leadership. We are committed to providing our patients and the communities we serve with quality, personalized health care. As a community hospital, we pledge to provide a comprehensive system of quality health care through caring, efficient, trusted, responsive and courteous service every day, with the number one goal of ensuring that our “Patients Come First”.

Our medical staff and employees take unwavering pride in our hospital and services, and dedicate themselves to compassionate support and uncompromising standards. The highly educated, board certified, and skilled physicians of our hospital significantly contribute to our great reputation. Our goal is to provide you with information that you may need to make your experience here a positive one. We also invite you to contact administrative personnel if you have anything that you would like to discuss to improve the care at our facility.

To ensure a safe transition from the Hospital to home, we want to emphasize that no patient will be discharged from the Hospital without a designated driver. Patients remain under the influence of anesthesia for about 24 hours after surgery. No important decisions should be made during that time frame.
Please review the enclosed information regarding Advance Directives. Having an advance directive is important because the document communicates your wishes for medical care so that the choices people make on your behalf accurately reflect your wishes.
We will mail a satisfaction survey within a week of your discharge and would greatly appreciate any feedback that you may have regarding your experience with us. Your input is valuable and we thank you for your support and any opportunities to improve our services.
If you are from out of town and would like a list of motels and restaurants, please ask the receptionist to assist you.
Our goal is to provide a professional healing environment. Please do not visit if you have flu-like illness, fever, cough, sore throat, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea, or recently have been exposed to, but never had, chicken pox, measles, or mumps. This is a protection of your loved one and others who are hospitalized.

When visiting with children, please check in at the nurse’s station before entering a patient room. Adult supervision is required for visiting children.

Please help us maintain the healing environment by refraining from loud noises or voices.

Cold versus Flu: How to Tell the Difference
Is it a Cold or the Flu?

The Great Falls Clinic Hospital has a Credit and Collection policy available to you at your request. If you have any questions regarding your insurance coverage, please refer them to the insurance specialist at 406-216-8050. We have also included some other financial information in this packet.
The Great Falls Clinic Hospital offers emergency services to the public 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We maintain around-the-clock staff of professional nurses and physicians as well as on-call staff at all times. The Emergency Department is equipped with seven beds and four inpatient special care beds, which is one step below a critical care unit. If necessary, the Great Falls Clinic Hospital will arrange for your transfer to an appropriate facility.

Click HERE for a Printable Map to our Emergency Room

In approximately 1 to 2 weeks, you will receive a letter from our infection control committee inquiring about your surgical site. Please answer the questions and return the questionnaire promptly. This information assists us in tracking any potential surgical infections and will provide us an opportunity to assist you with any questions or concerns that may arise following your surgery.

On behalf of all of us, we welcome you to our facility. We know that you have a choice and we are gratified that you have chosen our facility. Please let us know how we can improve our services or simply let us know what you think.

If we have not met your expectations, please let us know. For questions, comments and/or concerns, please visit here. We value your opinion.


3010 15th Avenue South
Great Falls, MT 59405

Contact Information

Hours of Operation

24 Hours / 7 Days Week
Have a question for us?

If you want to contact us about a medical concern or a prescription refill, the best way to do this is by phone 1-800-421-1649.