Gov. Steve Bullock congratulates RiverStone Health on its accreditation notification from the Public Health Accreditation Board on Friday at RiverStone Health.
John Felton announces RiverStone Health's accreditation notification from the Public Health Accreditation Board on Friday at RiverStone Health.
At left John Felton, president and CEO of RiverStone Health, greets Gov. Steve Bullock before the presentation announcing RiverStone's newly accredited status from the Public Health Accreditation Board on Friday.
John Felton talks with his children, Drew and Kiley, before the presentation Friday at RiverStone Health.
Shawn Hinz, vice president of public health services, thanks her staff for their hard work in earning accreditation from the Public Health Accreditation Board on Friday at RiverStone Health.
For the first time since its creation in 1974, Yellowstone County’s public health department has earned national accreditation, a status held by fewer than 50 public health departments in the nation.
Dr. Chris Baumert says one-on-one contact with patients is one of the most rewarding aspects of his job.
Leaders of the Billings Clinic, St. Vincent Healthcare, Montana Migrant Council and Planned Parenthood of Montana and RiverStone Health recently collaborated on a guest opinion that encouraged people check out the new federal Health Insurance Marketplace. Each organization has invested staff…
Registered nurse Frannie Shaub takes Rebekah Kellison's blood pressure during a Nurse-Family Partnership visit. Kellison's fiancè, Chris Decker, is at the left. RiverStone Health's NFP program sets up visits between first-time parents and nurses from pregnancy through the first two years of…
Montana’s mental health safety net is full of holes.
RiverStone Health has achieved an unprecedented success in efforts to bolster Montana’s health care workforce. The Community Health Center is training dentists and just graduated its first resident — the first dental resident trained in Montana.
Stephanie Gliko, 17, and her four companions raced to get their bright yellow hazardous-materials suits on over their tie-dyed T-shirts before carefully navigating a South Side parking lot.
RiverStone Health emergency preparedness coordinator Greg Neill explains the logistical hurdles that need to be overcome when the need to provide medication to all of the citizens in Yellowstone County arises.
Effective Thursday night, RiverStone Health will cease providing medical services at the Montana Women's Prison due to failed contract negotiations.
The Yellowstone County jail budget includes seven full-time licensed practical nurses to provide basic health services to an inmate population that runs around 400.
When the City-County Health Department opened its new headquarters 15 years ago, Executive Director Lil Anderson de-scribed the move as a dream come true.
Montana Medicaid has initiated an innovative program in the state to provide case management to high risk Passport to Health clients who often have multiple chronic health conditions. Statewide, there are 14 Medicaid Health Improvement Program sites, covering every county. Thirteen of these …
Every day in communities and states across the country, public-health departments help millions of people lead healthier lives. As the local health agency serving Yellowstone County, RiverStone Health protects and improves the health of our community through education, the promotion of healt…
As the temperatures soar and the days are longer, we take every opportunity to be outside. Whatever your preferred outdoor activity - hiking, boating, gardening or sitting on the patio - it's never too soon to think about preventing West Nile virus infection.