We are community
We are 1,200 of your friends, neighbors and family who live our mission every day – Your Health, our commitment to you, from day one. Community is a local, independent, non-profit with core competencies in primary care, women’s care, pediatric care, oncology and rehabilitation services as well as a full spectrum of services you may need in your lifetime.
We are your Community! Come visit us.
Community Physician Group (CPG)
We are a dedicated group of Board certified, health professionals who provide primary and specialty care for you and your family.
Nurse on Call
Nurse on Call: 406-327-4770. Anytime you’re worried about the health of a loved one we're here
From Your Community
Jeff Egbert has been selected as the interim CEO for Community Medical Center. Jeff has nearly 25 years of hospital executive expereince including stints as hospital CEO in Texas, Oregon, Alaska, and Arizona. He most recently served as the interim CEO for RegionalCare's hospital in Wilmington, Ohio.
There are a lot of choices and options when deciding where to give birth. Here's some important information that should also be considered when making this decision.
Feeling a little bummed out this first week back to a "normal" schedule after the holidays? You're not alone. Here are some tips for dealing with SAD.
Brain Injury Event: Free to all people with brain injury and their families
Annual Type 1 Diabetes Workshop: Diabetes in the Family - Applying Successful Strategies to You and the Family
Wall of Love
"I had surgery last week at Community Medical Center. A heartfelt thanks goes out to all the staff, nurses, anesthesiologist and to my doctor Dr Givler for the tremendous care I received. You made my first ever hospital/surgical experience as pleasant as it could be. Thanks again!"— Justine M.
"My baby is sick and i needed advice so i called the on call nurse and she was wonderful! an hour or so after we hung up she called back to see how things were going. this is such a wonderful service! thank you!"— Samantha S.
"I choose community specifically because your ER staff is "real" caring, compassionate, educated, and informed."— Danae N.