Your primary care provider leads your care team, which may include providers, nurses, medical assistants, pharmacy, dental professionals, health educators, behavioral health professionals and other support staff. Our teams act as “coaches” who help you get healthy, stay healthy, and get the care and services that are right for you. You, of course, are at the center of your care team.
Primary Care – Our provider care teams can help you and your family with your medical needs including preventive care, chronic disease management, and acute care on the same day.
Acute care – Would be for conditions that require prompt attention but do not pose an immediate, serious threat to your health or life. Our medical providers provide acute care for most ailments, such as lacerations, wounds, sprains, fevers, coughs and colds, ear infections, urinary tract infections, vomiting, or diarrhea.
Chronic disease management – conditions that require long term management and monitoring by a health care professional. Chronic conditions such as asthma, COPD, diabetes, and hypertension are among the many disease processes managed by our medical providers.
DOT – Certified staff are on site to provide occupational health services such as DOT physicals
Laboratory Services – As a CLIA waived laboratory we perform and minor screening testing on site and have a contract with Labcorp to provide a broad range of testing and imaging as necessary.
Family Planning Services – Montana’s Family Planning Program aims to improve women’s and men’s sexual and reproductive health and reduce the rate of unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. It’s mission is to provide affordable, confidential, quality reproductive health services that respect, empower, and educate individuals, families and communities. Family planning clinics provide confidential, comprehensive reproductive health services, education and outreach in communities around the state.
Family planning clinics provide comprehensive reproductive health services to both women and men, regardless of ability to pay. Clinics offer a sliding fee scale for individuals with low incomes and those without insurance. You can also use Medicaid or other insurance to cover family planning services – just remember to bring your card to your appointment.
Northwest Community Health Center, provides services to all persons without regard to race, religion, age, gender, physical or financial limitation.