Primary Care Physician
A dozen new doctors ceremoniously donned white coats when Billings Clinic launched Montana’s first internal medicine residency last week.
March 21 will be a day for Billings Clinic’s history books.
Montana’s health care industry will continue to drive employment through the end of the decade, with up to 15,000 new jobs added statewide between 2010 and 2020.
Dr. Maggi Beeson got a pleasant surprise last month.
Each summer, a select crop of young doctors joins the medical team at RiverStone Health. They are the eight new residents in the Montana Family Medicine Residency, MFMR, chosen from more than 780 applicants. They will spend three years at RiverStone Health and at the two Billings hospitals.
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Some critics have groused about the money the state spends — $3.5 million this fiscal year — to subsidize the cost of medical school for Montana students attending the University of Washington School of Medicine in the WWAMI program.
It was only about 10 years ago that the career of a physician provided for independence, self-employment and an opportunity to be the primary source of medical information for patients.