Shannon Steppler-Yonts, a pediatrician at the Children's Clinic, talks about the importance of reading to children at a young age. With Steppler-Yonts are Carol Burton, President/CEO of United Way, center, and Tammy Miller, CEO of Border States Electric, which donated $27,500 to the program.
Dr. Richard Stevens, a pediatrician at Children's Clinic since 1975, is retiring at the end of March.
Jenna Banderob holds her 1-year-old daughter, Taylen, as Dr. Richard Stevens works on computerized charting. Both Jenna and her children have been Dr. Stevens' patients.
Pediatrician Dr. Richard Stevens meets with Jenn Schneider and her 9-month-old son Lawson, who was feeling ill. Diagnosis: ear infection.
The top of an antique rolltop desk holds pens and paper in Dr. Richard Stevens' office at the Children's Clinic.
It was September 1975 when a 28-year-old, freshly minted pediatrician loaded his pregnant wife, two children and the family’s basset hound into a compact BMW 2002 and steered it toward Billings.
Pediatrician Dr. Richard Stevens meets with Jenn Schneider and her 9-month-old son Lawson in one of Stevens' final appointments before retiring. The child was diagnosed with an ear infection.
A move by the nation’s pediatricians to treat cheerleaders more like athletes has support in Montana from coaches, pediatricians and health clinic administrators who want to help prevent cheerleaders from serious injuries while performing stunts.
The new Children's Clinic at 3401 Avenue E.
Artwork by Lindi O'Brien, with hidden animals, decorates the walls at the new Children's Clinic.
Dr. Marian Kummer and Dennis Sulser look over brochures for the new Children's Clinic at 3401 Avenue E on Wednesday.
Children's Clinic under construction on Zimmerman Trail.