An alliance of Billings health care providers has received a federal grant of almost $1.5 million for programs dealing with the link between childhood trauma and its long-term effects on health.
HELENA — The state attorney general's office is taking public comment on the proposed sale of Community Medical Center in Missoula to a partnership between Billings Clinic and a Tennessee-based hospital management company.
The Billings Gazette is committed to promoting volunteerism as a way to build a caring community for all citizens. This listing includes opportunities registered with the United Way Volunteer Center.
A judge on Friday gave a five-year sentence to a 20-year-old man who stabbed a man on the South Side of Billings in December 2012.
Swings and slides, once considered staples of childhood play, were extracted Thursday from the Head Start Inc., making way for a natural playground designed to stimulate creativity.
MISSOULA — Community Medical Center on Tuesday signed an agreement with Billings Clinic and the national management firm RegionalCare Hospital Partners, selling the Missoula hospital for $67.4 million in cash.
Simulation is growing in popularity in nursing and health care education and Billings Clinic is riding the wave, adding nearly a half million dollars in patient simulators.
Mary Robertson, clinical coordinator of professional development at Billings Clinic, explains how the Clinic's high-fidelity patient simulators are helping to improve the level of care.
At 22 weeks pregnant, Amanda Langve’s obstetrician recommended she get a fetal echocardiogram, an ultrasound that evaluates the baby’s heart for problems before birth.
You shop online and you balance your bank account online. Now Billings Clinic has ramped up its “patient portal” so you can access your own private medical records online, too.
Mary Robertson, clinical coordinator of professional development at Billings Clinic, is reflected in a vitals monitor as she works with her patient simulator, Stan, an adult male with internal computer programming that mimics human frailties.
Mary Robertson, clinical coordinator of professional development at Billings Clinic, works with her patient simulator, Stan, as he mimics a seizure.
Mary Robertson, clinical coordinator of professional development at Billings Clinic, shows patient simulators Noelle and her newborn baby, Halo. The female patient simulator can mimic high-risk childbirth scenarios.
Thousands of people, many of them not yet born, stand to benefit from the generosity of Paul Metzger, the Laurel farmer who left $38 million from his estate to St. Vincent Healthcare and the Billings Clinic.
Weekend vandals. Billings police received 28 reports of windows broken out of cars, homes and businesses Aug. 22-24. Vandals threw rocks, and shot BB guns and marbles, damaging Heights property between Wicks Lane and River Oaks Drive and also in an area west of 24th Street West and north of…
Twenty five years after a Billings mother and her two daughters were murdered, efforts are underway to prevent a repeat of incident and stop family violence.
A 28-year-old Billings man was arrested on charges of obstructing a police officer, drunken driving and leaving the scene of an accident after crashing into — and damaging — an entrance to Billings Clinic.
A man who helps disabled veterans with transportation to Montana’s VA facilities has been threatened with a $50 fine for appearing in a photo with a newspaper article critical of the new West End VA clinic.
Billings Clinic patient Bobbie Protain uses her online “Patient Portal” to access her medical information from her Reed Point home.
As a nurse at Billings Clinic and member of our contract negotiating team, I found a number of objectionable points in the Aug. 14 Billings Gazette editorial “Nurses contract dispute raises questions,” but two insinuations need to be addressed directly.