A lot has changed, but We’re Here for You
We understand the uncertainty that COVID-19 has caused and we are here for you and committed to delivering high-quality care, support and information. As we continue to closely monitor the health of our community, now more than ever, it’s critical that you maintain your physical health and mental well-being.
If you do not have a primary care provider, now is an especially good time to choose one of our healthcare providers to help you manage your health and answer your questions.
If you’re sick or need help managing a chronic condition, please do not hesitate to call 406.247.3350.
Because a lot has changed, we have dedicated countless hours to ensure we have processes in place to keep you safe when you get care, including screening each and every employee and patient that enters our facilities.
Here’s information about our service areas:
(Main campus and satellite clinics in Bridger, Joliet and Worden)
- When you call RiverStone Health Clinic for an appointment, and when you enter the Clinic, you will be screened for fever and other symptoms.
- For everyone’s health, you will be given a mask and will need to wear it while at the Clinic. Clinic staff also wear masks.
- Separate waiting areas and exam rooms for well and sick patients.
- Get Care Without Leaving Home: TeleHealth visits over a secure internet connection on a computer, tablet or smartphone.
- Well-patient, preventive health visits and screenings have restarted.
- Satellite Clinics in Bridger, Joliet and Worden are seeing well patients in the morning and sick patients in the afternoon.
- At this time, no evening or weekend hours at the main campus.
- Nutrition and Diabetes clinics are open for in-person visits or TeleHealth visits.
- Live Well Center and gym is temporarily closed, but wellness and TeleHealth visits can be scheduled.
- No visitors are allowed, unless a caregiver is needed to help the patient. Parents/guardians may accompany a child to an appointment.
- Hand sanitizer stations help you practice good hand hygiene.
- Please maintain 6-feet of physical distance from others in waiting areas.
- Surfaces in waiting areas are disinfected regularly and exam rooms are disinfected thoroughly between patients. Clinics are deep cleaned each evening.
Locations: Billings: 406.247.3350
- RiverStone Health Dental Clinic is open for urgent care services and TeleHealth visits. Call: 247.3333
- Call for an appointment if you have any of the following: bleeding that doesn’t stop; painful swelling in your mouth, a tooth, jaw or gum; after surgery treatments such as dressing changes or stitch removal; broken or knocked out tooth.
- The following dental care services are temporarily postponed: exams, cleanings and x-rays; removal of teeth or fillings for cavities that aren’t painful.
- RiverStone Health Healthcare for the Homeless Clinic is now located at 2424 First Avenue North.
Open Monday, Wednesday, Friday 7am-4pm; Thursday 7am-noon. (Closed noon-1pm & Wednesdays noon-2pm).
- Outreach Clinics:
- The Hub, 515 North 27th Open Tuesday 9am-noon
- St. Vincent de Paul, 3005 First Avenue South. Open Tuesday & Thursday 1-4pm
Call: 406.651.6560. Walk-ins welcome at all locations.
- RiverStone Health WIC offices are closed for in-person appointments, but phone appointments can be scheduled to screen for eligibility and certification for WIC benefits, including healthy foods. If you have lost a job, or income, you may qualify for WIC services. WIC eligibility can be determined over the phone in less than 10 minutes. Nutrition consultations and breastfeeding counseling is available over the phone or the internet. RiverStone Health WIC provides services in Yellowstone, Carbon, Musselshell and Stillwater counties. Call 247.3370 or email email@example.com.
Feeling confused about medical care during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak? Here are answers:
- If you are sick and have mild symptoms, stay home and self-isolate as much as possible.
- If you are sick enough that you would normally go to the doctor, call RiverStone Health Clinic at 247.3350 for instructions.
- If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911.
- To avoid spreading respiratory illnesses, please do not go to the emergency department or RiverStone Health Clinic without calling in advance for instructions.
These everyday preventive actions can help prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses:
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Stay home when you are sick.
- Avoid touching your face, eyes, nose and mouth with your hands.
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue or your elbow and throw the tissue in the trash.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
- Physically distance yourself from others – stay 6 feet away.
- Consider wearing a mask when you are in public and cannot maintain a 6-foot separation from others.
We accept Medicaid, Medicare, Healthy Montana Kids as well as many private health insurance plans. If you are uninsured, we can help you apply for Medicaid.
Our sliding fee scale allows us to adjust charges based on family size and income.
Yes, call 406.247.3350 to schedule an appointment. Now more than ever, it’s critical that you maintain your physical health and mental well-being. If you do not have a primary care provider, RiverStone Health doctors can help you manage your healthcare needs and answer your questions.
Our services include care for your whole family including well-child care; same day care for urgent needs; care for chronic conditions, such as diabetes and asthma; minor procedures; lab testing; behavioral health counseling; nutrition consultation; diabetes education; dental care; and on-site pharmacy.
For more information about COVID-19, including links to guidance, useful resources and up-to-date information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, click here.