Food for Thought: Online Restaurant Inspection Results

We’ve made it easy for the public to look at the results of restaurant inspections on our website. The inspections are simply “snapshots” of the day and time of the inspection, but the goal is to improve food safety and recognize restaurants with good food safety practices.

Hospice Home Marks 5th Anniversary

“What we need as humans is to spend our last days…living in as high a quality as possible, to spend our last days in dignity, in comfort and in peace,” said Richard Opper, director of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, at the fifth anniversary of the RiverStone Health Hospice Home.

Is There a Doctor in the House?

Dr. Joy Welty, a third-year resident in our Montana Family Medicine Residency, talks about striking a work/life balance and what she’s learned from her patients.

Empowering Patients

John Felton, President and CEO of RiverStone Health, discusses the move toward comprehensive primary and preventive care to improve health.

A Passion to Give Back

Money was tight when Dr. Megan Littlefield, RiverStone Health’s Medical Director, was growing up in a single-parent family, but she learned to give back. Today she pays it forward by teaching doctors in the Montana Family Medicine Residency, seeing patients at RiverStone Health Clinic and at our Orchard School Clinic.

Growing STEM Stars

Claire Oakley, Director of Population Health Services at RiverStone Health, helped girls design an experiment on the effects of exercise as part of Girls-n-Science STEM Stars at Montana State University Billings. STEM Stars helps introduce youngsters to careers in science, technology, engineering and math.

RiverStone’s healthy investment in all of us

RiverStone Health New Clinic

Gazette Opinion: “For all of us who call Yellowstone County home, this patient-centered public health clinic is an excellent investment in our community.” RiverStone Health is reaching out to private donors to complete the $11 million new clinic, which will be named the Ballard Center, after the lead donors.

RiverStone employees buy, wrap gifts for homeless youth

RiverStone Health Holiday Gifting

In lieu of a holiday office party, RiverStone Health employees shop and buy gifts for homeless youth, and patients and clients served by RiverStone Health. Employees come together for a massive wrapping party, filling a conference room with presents.

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